12 August 2019 |

Fall pollinator feast by Irene Shonle

Written by CSU Hort Agents
Many of our gardens peter out in the dog days of summer.We go great guns in the spring, snapping up anything that is blooming at the garden center, desperate for the color after a long winter.  But we often forget that summer keeps going, long after we have wilted.And this can be a problem for pollinators - they need to find nectar and pollen for the entire season, not just the spring.
Many of our gardens peter out in the dog days of summer. We go great guns in the spring, snapping up anything that is blooming at the garden center, desperate for the color after a long winter.  But we often forget that summer keeps going, long after we have wilted. And this can be a problem for pollinators - they need to find nectar and pollen for the entire season, not just the spring.

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