If you’re looking to help increase the pollinator population in your area there is a whole world of information you can find. In this post we’ll focus on small actionable steps and conscious choices you can make that will offer the pollinators habitats and food sources.
This guide to our flower collection includes seeding information, suggested uses for each flower, and any additional notes about the variety. It also highlights which plants are great for welcoming pollinators to your space. We’re always updating our resources and will continue to add more growing information to the chart.
Are you ready to welcome Spring? We’re there too! With a couple of weeks to go until we change the clocks, we’re celebrating more daylight (a little early) and renewing ourselves with this sunny list of seed reads brought to us by talented Victoria author and life adventurer, Michelle Mulder.
This planting chart shows average seeding windows for folks in the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island. It gives an overview of what to start when in trays, greenhouses/cold frames and direct seeded outside from January to September. Click to download as a PDF. With thanks to co-op member Full Circle Seeds for sharing their planting calendar which this is based off of. Happy Planting!
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