One thing that is increasingly on many gardeners’ minds is how we can enhance our growing spaces to help all the pollinators that we rely on. Some research into the issue reveals that climate change, pesticide use and habitat loss around the world have caused a large percentage of pollinators to be wiped out. Since a majority of the world’s plants need pollinators to reproduce — and without them we would have no fruits, vegetables, or seeds — we’ve had to become aware of what they need to thrive and bounce back. … Read More