Showing posts from January, 2018

Top Plants for a Pollinator Garden

Are you thinking of starting a garden to attract the local pollinators in your area? You'll be glad to know that you don't have to necessarily get a different plant for every kind of pollinator. In fact, the plants on this list will feed most butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds.

How to Start Your Garden Quickly and Affordably
Before we dive into the list of plants for hummingbirds, bees, and butterflies, let's talk shopping. When you fist start your garden you may get really excited and want to buy 20 plants right off the bat. You should know that the price of the plants add up quickly. Here are some creative ways to get fabulous plants at a discounted price:

Hunt down the clearance racks - Most Walmarts and Lowes have a clearance rack in their garden center. You can get a lot of plants for 50% off that way. Just keep checking every couple of days until you find what you're looking for.When you do, buy at least two plants. A good watering and a dose of Miracle Gro will …