Mar 3, 2020
Today, I’m joined by Dr. Douglas Tallamy and have a great conversation about bees, caterpillars, and how important insects are for our gardens and the world around us. He has a new book, Nature’s Best Hope, that will help us to think about our gardens in a holistic way.
Plants Good for Pollinators:
Bottle Brush Buckeye
Find plants in your area: https://www.nwf.org/NativePlantFinder
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