Tag Archive: pollinators

African Blue Basil for Pollinators

One of the best plants to attract bees and other pollinators to the garden is African blue basil. Learn more about growing this basil In the Garden with UF IFAS Extension Escambia County.

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Solitary Bees Make Their Return

Consider yourself lucky this year if your landscape is found to be a suitable spot for one of our solitary bees. Late winter and spring are the times when these beneficial bees begin their development, causing interest and concern for many homeowners. The majority of bee species do not produce a colony. The solitary bees …

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Spring Gardening Series Starts March 12

Escambia County Master Gardeners will be presenting gardening topics on various Saturdays this spring for the public.  The programs will be held at Woerner Landscape and Pet Supply, 1332 Creighton Road.  Each program will begin at 10:00. Topics include Water Gardens, Attracting Butterflies and Pollinators, Color in the Garden, Attracting Wildlife, and Container Gardens. Spring Gardening …

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Permanent link to this article: http://escambia.ifas.ufl.edu/blog/2016/02/19/spring-gardening-series-starts-march-12/