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A Plea For The Planet: Native Garden Advocates Push For Plants That Benefit Pollinators

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North America is home to 4,000 species of bees.

North America is home to 4,000 species of bees. HEATHER HOLM

North America is home to 4,000 species of bees. HEATHER HOLM

North America is home to 4,000 species of bees. HEATHER HOLM

North America is home to 4,000 species of bees. HEATHER HOLM

North America is home to 4,000 species of bees. HEATHER HOLM

North America is home to 4,000 species of bees. HEATHER HOLM

North America is home to 4,000 species of bees. HEATHER HOLM

North America is home to 4,000 species of bees. HEATHER HOLM

North America is home to 4,000 species of bees. HEATHER HOLM

North America is home to 4,000 species of bees. HEATHER HOLM

North America is home to 4,000 species of bees. HEATHER HOLM

North America is home to 4,000 species of bees. HEATHER HOLM

North America is home to 4,000 species of bees. HEATHER HOLM

North America is home to 4,000 species of bees. HEATHER HOLM

North America is home to 4,000 species of bees. HEATHER HOLM

North America is home to 4,000 species of bees. HEATHER HOLM

North America is home to 4,000 species of bees. HEATHER HOLM

North America is home to 4,000 species of bees. HEATHER HOLM

North America is home to 4,000 species of bees. HEATHER HOLM

North America is home to 4,000 species of bees. HEATHER HOLM

North America is home to 4,000 species of bees. HEATHER HOLM

North America is home to 4,000 species of bees. HEATHER HOLM

North America is home to 4,000 species of bees. HEATHER HOLM

North America is home to 4,000 species of bees. HEATHER HOLM

North America is home to 4,000 species of bees. HEATHER HOLM

North America is home to 4,000 species of bees. HEATHER HOLM

North America is home to 4,000 species of bees. HEATHER HOLM

North America is home to 4,000 species of bees. HEATHER HOLM

North America is home to 4,000 species of bees. HEATHER HOLM

Wasps comprise 15 percent of the total number of flower-visiting insects worldwide. HEATHER HOLM

Wasps comprise 15 percent of the total number of flower-visiting insects worldwide. HEATHER HOLM

Wasps comprise 15 percent of the total number of flower-visiting insects worldwide. HEATHER HOLM

Wasps comprise 15 percent of the total number of flower-visiting insects worldwide. HEATHER HOLM

Wasps comprise 15 percent of the total number of flower-visiting insects worldwide. HEATHER HOLM

Wasps comprise 15 percent of the total number of flower-visiting insects worldwide. HEATHER HOLM

A butterfly lands on a common milkweed in the garden of Leonard Green, co-founder of ChangeHampton.

A butterfly lands on a common milkweed in the garden of Leonard Green, co-founder of ChangeHampton.

A butterfly lands on a wild bergamot in the garden of Leonard Green, co-founder of ChangeHampton.

A butterfly lands on a wild bergamot in the garden of Leonard Green, co-founder of ChangeHampton.

authorMichelle Trauring on Aug 24, 2022
For years, Gail Pellett and Stephan Van Dam have refused to water the lawn in front of their home in East Hampton, allowing the yard — dotted with oaks, spruces... more

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