A Caution in the Age of COVID-19
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Many events that draw crowds have been postponed or cancelled.
If you’re planning to travel to a flower or garden event, check with the organizers to see that it’s still happening.
It’s probably been canceled, …

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Bees, Butterflies and Birds

Submitted by on March 25, 2013 – 8:04 amNo Comment
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georgia_lagrange_pollinatorIt’s said that pollinating insects are responsible for one in every three bits of food we eat — their daily activity of foraging for their own food moves pollen, and thus makes food for us, too.

Many plants cannot produce fruit or seed when insects or other pollinators are absent.

Kerry Smith, Alabama Cooperative Extension Specialist, will conduct a workshop on “Creating a Pollinator Garden” at 10 a.m. April 27, 2013, at Hills & Dales Estate, 1916 Hills and Dales Drive, LaGrange, Georgia (map).

Each participant will create a container garden to take home; fee per person is $30.

(Photo courtesy of Hills & Dales Estate)

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