June is National Pollinator Month!

At No Limits we are proud to provide plants and habitats for our Native Pollinators!  Check out this awesome guide provided from the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to learn more about how important pollinators are to our environment, as well as how to plant a pollinator-friendly garden!  https://www.fws.gov/pollinators/pdfs/pollinatorbookletfinalrevweb.pdf

Also, check out some of our Native/Pollinator-friendly plants growing in the No Limits garden!  These are just a few of our many flowering plants that continue to flourish in the No Limits dedicated Pollinator Garden.

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Eastern Prickly Pear on the verge of flowering!

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Native Wineberries “doing their thing”!  (We also have blackberries and blueberries planted in our berry patch that are great for pollinators too!)

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Our lavender plant is not a native flowering plant species, BUT allowing herbs to flower are a GREAT way to attract pollinators to your garden.  (As a plus, lavender smells very good too!)

 

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