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How to Create a Pollinator-Friendly Garden
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Are you ready to make your garden a social meeting spot for the butterflies, birds, and other pollinators in your neighborhood? Then this tutorial on How to Create a Pollinator-Friendly Garden is one you simply can't miss! This delightful outdoor gardening project includes a number of instructions and tips on how you can transform a part of your yard into a haven for pollinators. The beginner-friendly project is one that even experienced gardeners can try, too. Although this project can be started in the spring, the blogger has pointed out that the garden can offer a variety of features and plants throughout the year.
Estimated CostUnder $10
Time to CompleteLonger than a weekend
MaterialsNature Material, Other
Project TypeLearn a Technique
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