The onset of spring can be quick, and our bees become active as soon as the weather allows. The crocus helps them while providing us with gorgeous colors.
Cover crops can boost soil nutrients, limit winter erosion and provide forage for pollinators. Learn how to plant and utilize cover crops in your garden.
Goldenrod is the last source of nectar each year. What some gardeners consider a weed can give bees an important final boost for winter.
Do you want more butterflies to call your garden home? Add these great nectar plants and learn a few other tricks that will get them to stick around.
Navigate the wrath of yellow jackets — aggressive insects that can each sting multiple times — by understanding seasonal changes in their behavior.
Bats, butterflies and hummingbirds help in addition to bees and other insects. Learn about native pollinators and what you can do to protect their habitats.
It’s Pollinator Week, and with just a little attention, materials that are already on your property could provide shelter for valuable native bees.
Hand pollination produces bigger vine crops such as cucumbers, squash, pumpkins and melons. It’s easy and takes just a few minutes each day.
Pollinators such as bees, birds, bugs and butterflies benefit from a thoughtfully arranged (and sometimes artfully neglected) garden landscape.