It's never too late to start your pollination garden at home. In your front yard, backyard, or side yard, it's easy and you can build it out in stages too. Even if you don't have a yard, planting flowering herbs and wildflowers in flower boxes and pots can help hundreds of different pollinators as they make their way through your neighborhood. Plus, you'll be creating a beautiful and low-maintenance attraction to welcome friends and family.
We recently contributed to a U.S. News & World Report article on pollinating and quoting several experts in the fields of gardening, flowers, and helping pollinators. You can read it here: How to Plant a Pollinator Garden
ALSO, YOU'RE INVITED! :-D
Please come out to Bella Hampton Farm's Pop Up Fundraiser and Pig Roast benefiting the Bellas Hampton Farm Foundation. It's MAY 20th from 1:00 PM CST to 6:00 PM. Kemp, TX
There will be tons of food, drinks by Tito's Vodka, music, and LIVE entertainment! Come out and see all the farm animals, take a tour, see our honeybee Pollination Accelerator project and meet some cool new friends! :) Get tickets and directions HERE!