1. Cherry Blossoms on tree

    Butterfly, Hummingbird & Bee-Friendly Flowers for Your Pollinator Garden

    Pollinator gardens are all the rage in Massachusetts— and for good reason. These brightly-adorned floral beds are an excellent habitat for graceful butterflies, hummingbirds, and buzzing bees. Not only do pollinator gardens offer yummy nectar for these hungry friends, but they also provide shelter…Read More

  2. 5 Perennial Flowers to Plant this Summer in Your Northeastern Garden

    Not all flowers thrive in our Northeastern climate, and it can be hard finding the best perennials to come back year after year in your garden. That’s why we’ve picked five of our favorite floras, to brighten up your Massachusetts landscape, all summer long. Check out these beautiful buds: 1. Hy…Read More

  3. Bee on flower

    Make a Pollinator Garden to Help to Save the Bees

    Pollination? Sure, we’ve all heard that it’s important, but how does it work again? For those who need a refresher, when a bee lands on a flower and drinks its nectar, pollen from the flower’s male productive organ— the stamen—sticks to the little hairs on the bee’s legs. When the bee la…Read More