The habitat garden is exactly what it sounds like: a selection of plants that offer nectar and berries for wildlife and offer a succession of seasonal blooms. Many birds and bees rely on year-round sources of nectar and pollen.
Lantana - © BSA Troop 103, Fremont, CA - Used by permission
© BSA Troop 103, Fremont, CA - Used by permission
By providing healthy habitat, we have created the conditions necessary to support a great variety and abundance of pollinators. We are also attracting beneficial insects that help control pests rather than using pesticides.
Native Bee House - © BSA Troop 103, Fremont, CA - Used by permission
Native bee houses are ready for Spring Leafcutter Bees and Summer Mason Bees to lay their eggs.
© Milkweed - © BSA Troop 103, Fremont, CA - Used by permission
Milkweed plants for butterfly caterpillars invite Monarchs to visit.