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How to grow the native plants in new Protect Pollinator stamps

“Bees, butterflies and other pollinators sustain our ecosystem and are a vital natural resource,” said U.S. Postal Service Judicial Officer Gary Shapiro in a release. “They are being threatened and we ... read more

The Critical Need To Protect Our Bee Population

Many crops grown for their fruit, seeds, nuts and fiber require pollination ... protect and preserve the bee population are owner of TwoHoneys Bee Co., Liz Tilton; one of the founders of Pollen Nation ... read more

Garden Variety: Celebrate National Pollinator Week with friendly gardens

are produced by plants to protect seeds during development and help the seeds move to new places. Melons, squash, tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, eggplants and other vegetables are fruits by this botani... read more

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Pollinator week creates a buzz for the bees

“Our native pollinators are all impacted by habitat loss, pesticide use and a lack of food plants,” notes Lisa Wager, a botanist and retired professor from Clemson University. Wagner will lead a polli... read more


Local student brings pollinator program to Colham Ferry, helps school with STEM endeavors

Harper Ann Moffett, an Oconee County High School junior, recently introduced third graders at Colham Ferry Elementary School to Connect to Protect, a pollinator conservation program run by the State B... read more

London's iconic Kew Gardens take on Colombian flair with new orchids display

A horticulturist applies the final touches during a preview for the 'Kew Orchid Festival: Celebrate the Color of Colombia' at the Royal Botanic Gardens ... contains a breathtaking assortment of fauna. ... read more

Denver Botanic Gardens to Present 2018 Colorado Garden & Home Show Entry Garden

59 th Annual Colorado Garden and Home Show will welcome attendees with pollinator-themed ... in saving species and protecting natural habitats for future generations. Additional sites extend throughou... read more

Garden Guru: Annual giant milkweed gives monarchs options

If so, you can easily root cuttings, holding them over for spring or grow in a movable container that you protect from freezing weather. At the Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens, we are using the gian... read more

It's Unanimous: U.S. Senate Declares Endangered Species Day

"As we work to protect our environment ... rarely seen ivory-billed woodpecker. At the U.S. Botanical Garden in Washington, DC, experts will focus on endangered native plants and their relationship to ... read more

Bees get a buzz from caffeine

"In turn, bees that have fed on caffeine-laced nectar are laden with coffee pollen and these bees search for other coffee plants to find more nectar, leading to better pollination ... reinvigorate the ... read more

David Price comes to Birmingham Botanical Gardens for annual Spencer Lecture on March 6

President of the Bok Tower Gardens Foundation David Price comes to Birmingham Botanical Gardens on Thursday ... be extinct then found but sterile in the wild. In our nursery, we have gotten cross-poll... read more

School courtyard gets new life with help from UGA

a program at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia designed to promote the benefits of native plants, native pollinators and their role in protecting our food supply. It also allows the students to pu... read more



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