Flowering Trees and Shrubs for Pollinators and Wildlife

Presented by Emma Erler, field specialist and garden expert for UNH Cooperative Extension

When gardeners think of designing a landscape for pollinators, they may imagine a colorful bed of herbaceous flowers. However, flowering trees and shrubs are essential parts of the habitat required to support a wide variety of pollinators and other wildlife species. Not only do they provide food, but they also offer year-round shelter and nesting places. In this presentation you’ll learn about blooming trees and shrubs that provide both beauty and important habitat in the garden.

This program is supported in part by a New Hampshire Humanities Community Project Grant.

For more information: https://www.nhaudubon.org/education/exploring-connections-series/