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Butterflies In Your Garden: How (And Why) To Create A Pollinator Habitat

Larri Cochran (WMMGA) and Carol Wasserloos (WMMGA) will talk about why we need to plant gardens that are pollinator-friendly and how to do it. Using examples from their pollinator gardens at the Northampton Community Gardens & Grow Food Northampton, they'll discuss which plants are the best hosts for Monarchs & Swallowtails and how to select plants to ensure your garden will have flowers from early Spring through late Fall.

Handouts will include four-season plant lists, online resources and printed materials from the Xerces Society and USDA/NRCS.

Preregistration is requested for this presentation.  Contact Carol Bagley, Chicopee Public Library, 413-594-1800X3.

When:
Saturday, February 10, 2018, 10:00 AM until 11:30 AM
Where:
Chicopee Public Library
449 Front Street
Chicopee, MA , MA  01013

413-594-1800X3.
Category:
Lectures
Registration is recommended
No Fee

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