With a few easy-care flowers, you can turn a forgotten corner of the garden into a pollinator bar for all kinds of winged
creatures. Bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds will eagerly, if unknowingly, take on the task of transferring pollen from
one flower to another as they forage for nectar or pollen, ensuring better crops for your fruit and vegetable plants. Flitting
among the brightly colored summer flowers such as yellow yarrow (Achillea) and pink coneflower (Echinacea), they’ll also bring beauty and motion to your garden.
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