More than 75% of plants rely on pollinators to assist with reproduction, including 1200 plants that are used for food. Pollinator populations are in decline, partly due to climate change, but can be saved if we provide the right habitats. The Pollinator Partnership has created in-depth planting guides for 31 ecoregions of the US, covering the characteristics of the region and plants that will support pollinators.
Pollinator Friendly Planting Guides
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