Planting a Pollinator Garden

How many of you are wishing for Spring?  I know I am.  With 10 inches of snow on the ground and a daytime high of 15, its kind of hard to get your head wrapped around the this fact; the Spring equinox is 38 days away. And to be more exact and slightly anal, the next vernal equinox will occur in my neck of the woods on March 20, 2014 at 11:59am.  Curtesy of Siri, of course!  

This winter has been long and hard for many of you around the country and I know that even 38 days can seem like a terribly long time especially when you are dealing with this.

or this

(such a hard life for a short dog when there is no place to go)


But, this should not deter you from planning your pollinator garden now!

I found this from the Herbal Academy of New England and thought it was good enough to share again.

I find them to be a great place for all things herbs.

So do me a favor and when those seed catalogs start pouring in, integrate some pollinator friendly plants into your garden plans.  Not only will you benefit the bees but you will sow the seeds for a season and hopefully a lifetime of good health and well-being.  

Plant a pollinator and feed a bee! 

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