Plant a pollinator friendly garden

Photo of tree with bluebells growing underneath

​Turn available space into an oasis for bees and butterflies. With so many green spaces disappearing, our pollinator friends could use some help finding food.

They return the favour by sticking around and pollinating our flowers, our fruits and our vegetables. Pollinators are also great at pest control. Many of them keep small bugs and pests under control, which helps plants thrive.

Turn your mundane one-species grass lawn into a more interesting natural environment that supports more life. Grass lawns are a resource and time sink. They require fertilizer (made from petrol products), mowing (usually with a petrol mower), and extra water.

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