At this event, "The Pollinator's Buffet" by Adrienne Roethling, learn about a list of annuals, perennials and woodies that have become a crucial role for a pollinator habitat.
When creating a pollinator buffet, it is important to add plants that provide nectar when pollinators are active. In some years, the temperatures rise early leaving you wondering what is blooming that provides food. The same goes for late in the season before pollinators hibernate or fly south. Come to this event to learn more about the pollinator habitat.
FREE to Members of the Garden or a $5 donation for non-members.
Light refreshments will be served.
Registration is required. To register, call 336-996-7888.