How do I create a pollinator garden?

The most important aspect of gardening for pollinators is providing plant diversity. Pollinators in general, butterflies, bees and birds, are attracted by different bloom colors, shapes and plant characteristics. For example, butterflies require both larval host plants as well as nectar sources to satisfy distinct needs throughout their life cycles. You can find additional information concerning pollinator gardening on our program website.

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1. What are the benefits of native habitat?
2. What plants are acceptable?
3. What plants tolerate shade?
4. What plants help Monarch butterflies?
5. How do I create a pollinator garden?
6. How do I create a plan for my garden?
7. What plants benefit the City’s Bird City Texas Certification?
8. What about snakes and critters?
9. What about mosquitos?
10. Where can I buy native plants or seek help and assistance with my gardening choices?
11. Why is it important to manage stormwater?