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Establishing Pollinator Meadows From Seed


Author: The Xerces Society Date: 2015





To boost healthy populations of both wild resident bees and managed pollinators, the single most effective action you can take is to plant native wild flower habitat. This tangible course of action can be accomplished by anyone at any scale. The process behind establishing a wild flower-rich pollinator planting from seed consists of five basic steps:

  1. Site selection

  2. Site preparation

  3. Plant selection

  4. Planting techniques

  5. Ongoing management

The steps outlined in this document are applicable to plantings that range in size from a small backyard garden up to areas around an acre.

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