Heather Holm, our team mate at Native Plants and Wildlife Gardens has just published the landmark book Pollinators of Native Plants.
If you’re interested in gardening, wildlife, or the environment, “Pollinators of Native Plants” by Heather Holm is a must-read. This comprehensive guide provides a detailed look at the important role that pollinators play in our ecosystem and how we can support them.
The author, Heather Holm, is a certified wildlife biologist and expert in the field of pollination. In “Pollinators of Native Plants,” she explores the many different types of pollinators and their unique relationships with native plants. From bees and butterflies to moths and hummingbirds, she covers it all.
One of the most valuable aspects of this book is the detailed information about the specific native plants that support each type of pollinator. The author provides a wealth of information about the preferred plants of each pollinator, as well as their growth habits, blooming times, and other important details.
Another valuable aspect of the book is the focus on the importance of native plants. The author explains why it’s essential to choose native plants for our gardens, and how they support a healthy ecosystem. She also provides tips and recommendations for creating a pollinator-friendly garden, including how to choose the right plants, how to arrange them, and how to maintain them.
The book is well-researched and easy to read, making it a great resource for both beginner and experienced gardeners. The author’s passion for the subject is evident on every page, and her writing style is both informative and engaging. The book is also filled with beautiful photos and illustrations that showcase the beauty of pollinators and the plants they support.
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