Hardy Pollinator Flowers

In spite of the frost, there are still flowers in bloom mid-October: Sunflowers, Garlic Chives, Black-eyed Susans, and Asters, to name a few. Bees, wasps, and other pollinators continue to visit our MRG Pollinator Corridor, such as this bee on a Wood’s Pink Aster at Dysfuntion Junction. (Intersection of Mechanic, Mascoma, High streets.)

4 responses to “Hardy Pollinator Flowers

  1. thanks. i still have boos buzzing around my mint

  2. Hi Amelia, Do bees turn into “boos” at Halloween time?! Glad you still have something out there for them.

  3. I enjoy and appreciate these updates. Keep up the good work!

  4. Hi Viola, Your positive comments are greatly appreciated!

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