Entries Tagged as 'Pollinators'

Monday, June 28th, 2010

Helping Bees, Our Native Pollinators

Bee pollinating a flowering ground cover by Martin_Heigan I have read that it has been calculated that one out of every three to four mouthfuls of food we eat and beverages we drink is delivered to us by pollinators. There are thousands of native pollinators. I believe the figure is something like 20,000 worldwide.  See […]

Monday, July 6th, 2009

Helping Pollinators

The National Wildlife Federation wants you to create a Wildlife Habitat which you can then get certified. Find out how to create your own Wildlife Habitat by going on their website. You will be helping the environment as well as making a lovely garden for yourself that is beloved by birds, butterflies and other wildlife. […]

Wednesday, January 28th, 2009

How To Help Pollinators

Every reader of TheGardenLady knows the importance of pollinators to pollinate (pol·li·nate- definition of the verb; To transfer pollen from an anther to the stigma of (a flower)  flowers, vegetables and other plants, shrubs and trees.) All agriculture depends on pollinators.  “Pollinators are essential to Life.”  We’ve read numerous articles about the problem called bee […]