Tag: pollinators

Dwarf Larkspur

Planning your summer garden? Consider incorporating some native plants this year! As we wrap up Ohio Native Plant Month, we encourage you to plant these native plants in your garden. You’ll not only help our ecosystem by adding native plants, you’ll also create homes for local pollinators.

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Eastern Tiger Swallowtail

Did you know that pollinators like bees and butterflies are essential to our food supply? But sometimes these small creatures need help accessing their favorite foods. You can help by creating your own pollinator garden at home. Follow these gardening tips to help local pollinators and our natural environment.

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A lesser long-nosed bat flies toward the white flowers of Saguaro cactus.

We’re giving you some fun coloring activities! In honor of National Pollinators Week, we’ll be sharing a coloring page featuring a different pollinator every day. Another nighttime pollinator, some bat species prefer nectar over insects. These winged mammals pollinate plants that might not smell good to humans, but we sure enjoy them other ways!

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