Crocus tommasinianus

Plants for early pollinators

Help pollinators in early spring by growing these valuable sources of nectar and pollen.

Bees, butterflies, moths, lacewings and hoverflies all play a vital role in helping plants to set seed, fruit and reproduce. Sadly, though, these pollinating insects are in decline. Two of the main factors in their decline are a lack of food and a shortage of suitable nesting sites.

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