As we transition from spring to summer, we start to see seasonal flowers in bloom.
Columbines are a great example of a wildflower that has blossomed in the last several days. Columbines, among other pollinator-friendly plants, play an important role in maintaining a healthy environment thanks to its ability to attract bees. Bees are vital to our ecosystem, as pollination helps countless plants grow and act as food and shelter to other living organisms.
But unfortunately, our bee population is suffering. Pesticides, climate change, and other factors are affecting the bee population, impacting our ecosystem as a whole. The good news? You can help!
Together, we can help improve the bee population by making our summer gardens pollinator-friendly. Start by planting a few of these plants, perfect for attracting bees and other pollinators, to help our environment.