Summer is great for food — all those fresh veggies and fruits popping out of your yard. But, if you really want a successful crop, don’t forget to feed the hardworking birds, bees, and butterflies that make your garden grow with their pollination services. They need more than just tomato and melon flowers to survive.
To meet this need, we have hundreds of plants selected for the pollinators in our summer-dry climate. Many are unusual or hard to find.
Check out some of our top picks: http://markhamarboretum.org/events/3rd-sale-let-summer-begin/