POSIES FOR POLLINATORS
WELCOME TO OUR CONSERVATION PROJECT!
We started our flower and herb farm with a goal in mind. That goal was to create a lush habitat for our honey bees. That has evolved into creating a giving habitat for our other beneficial insects, and song birds in our area. We are actively seeking more ways to bring pollinator friendly habitats to others in our community. We would like to see more nectar producing plants throughout Central Oregon.
Posies for pollinators
Throughout the growing season, we offer bouquets and CSA subscriptions. Part of the proceeds go into growing the plants, a portion goes to growing plants for donation for education opportunities, and a portion goes to funding pollinator research.
Pollinator Garden Kits
We offer a kit of 25 plants specifically designed to feed our pollinators. If left throughout the year, they provide home to beneficial insects and feed the songbirds over the winter. Plant kits can be ordered by emailing us and kits are available for planting in May.
Birds and the Bees Kit
We offer a small selection of kits in the spring that is local wool which provides nesting material for birds and a generous amount of wildflower seed which is curated for birds and bees. Feed the pollinators and hummingbirds throughout the growing season, and in the winter, leave stems in place to encourage a natural hibernation space for beneficial insects and feed the local songbirds over the winter.
Want to spread seed yourself? We offer Wildflower seed packets that are designed for our pollinators.
Bend Pollinator Pathway
Upload your garden to the Bend pollinator pathway and become a champion for our pollinators!
Bee Friendly Bend
Take the pledge to BEE Friendly! If you don't have space to add in a pollinator garden, Pledge to go pesticide and herbicide free in your yard. Going organic helps not only the pollinators but yourself included.
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