Having your own pollinator garden is like having your own outdoor classroom. The life that native wildflowers attracted to your yard is both breathtaking and an opportunity for young and old to connect with and learn about the natural world.
During my installations and maintenance visits I hope you and your family will want to learn about the plants and pollinators that you'll be helping. I will provide pictures and information about each of the species of wildflowers used in your planting in addition to insect ID guides to familiarize yourself with the pollinators you should expect to see.
I welcome the community to my public pollinator garden educationals held multiple times a year at pollinator gardens I have installed and to the annual fall monarch migration butterfly release held at the Monarch Waystation along the Black Mountain Greenway .
Monarch Tag and Release Thursday October 1st @ 11am at Dr. Wilson Community Garden. https://fb.me/e/35EClJEqe
Pollinator Gardening Educational Saturday October 10 @ 2pm at
Want to learn about meadow ecology, native plants and pollinators? Contact me about joining me to do garden maintentce or an installation at one of my current sites.
Volunteers needed for a large installation in Black Mountain the week of November 2nd 2020
Rearing Monarchs and other caterpillars that you find in your own garden can give them a better chance of survival while allowing you and your family experience the magic and beauty of transformation.
Contact me if you would like help finding Caterpillars to raise at home.