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How To Attract Pollinators To Your Flower And Vegetable Gardens

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Erica Groneman
Hi, I’m Erica Groneman. I am a mom, volunteer, and a gardener. There’s something satisfying about getting my hands dirty and watching things grow.

I believe gardening is universal and crosses all boundaries, bringing us all together. I hope we can share in the joy of growing together. Thanks for stopping by!

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  • ANDREW J DANGELO Feb 20

    Hi Erica. I am a 63 yr old male who lives in N Ctrl Florida. My County (Columbia) actually borders the State of Georgia. Could you please teach me as to what pollinator seeds I should purchase in my area in order to attract bees, and what seeds I should purchase to attract butterflies. I also need your advice on where to place my contained pollinator boxes (I have three 8’ X 3’ containers). I have a 1+ acre parcel of land. My front has the best sun, and I have young Pecan trees, and young Granny Smith apple trees to the left of my big circular dirt driveway, and I have young Peach trees and a young fig tree to the right of my circular drive. In the middle I have citrus trees in large plastic pots (Orange and Pink Lemon). Would it be OK to put a pollinator box in between the fruit and nut trees on the right and left of my driveway? should I also put a pollinator box in the center of my circular driveway for the citrus trees? Thank you in advance for your professional answers and opinions. I really appreciate your input. PS—I would rather purchase seeds where some of the money goes towards saving our extremely important Pollinators! Sincerely, Andrew Dangelo


  • Patti Martinez Jun 7, 2022

    Growing pollinator plants is paramount to a successful garden!


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