Creating a Pollinator-friendly Garden
Date: July 13, 2019
Time: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Sponsor: Master Gardeners of San Mateo & San Francisco
Description: Attract bees, butterflies and other pollinators to your garden by creating an inviting habitat. Get to know our local pollinators and what they need to thrive. In this class you will learn:
- How to identify local pollinators at each stage in their life cycle
- What makes an attractive habitat and which plants are needed for pollinators
Presenter Master Gardener Cindy Burgdorf: A UC Master Gardener for 11 years, Cindy has been gardening for 64 years (she started with cherry tomatoes in her Grandmother’s garden). On her 1 ½ acre property, she has year-round vegetable beds, gardens devoted to bees and butterflies, five bee hives, six chickens, a worm bin and six compost bins. Her yard is a Monarch Waystation (Monarch Watch), a certified Butterfly Garden (NABA), certified Wildlife Habitat (NWF) and certified Bee-Friendly Garden (Pollinator Partnership).
Registration is Required: Please sign up.