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These 3 tips will help you create a thriving pollinator-friendly garden this winter May 5, 2021 6.05am AEST – Micky News

The busy buzz of pollinating bees is a sound most of us associate with summer. If you live in temperate regions of Australia, you may start to notice fewer inse

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Planting winter-blooming flowers is a great way to support beneficial garden insects. Now is the perfect time to start planning your pollinator-friendly winter garden.
Flowers are an important source of food for insects such as bees, butterflies, wasps, and hoverflies. Sugary nectar is an important source of carbohydrates, while pollen packs a powerful protein punch.
Planting flowers also attracts and sustains predatory insects. This can help keep pest species under control, meaning less need for…

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