Bee on Echinacea in Restorative Garden

S-HORT Course with the HORTiculture Department:
Pollinator Gardens

Saturday, June 7

What are pollinators?  Why are they important?  Why are they good for my garden?  What can I do to attract different pollinators to my yard?  Learn how to plant pollinator gardens from Cynthia Druckenbrod, Vice President of Horticulture at the Garden, and take a tour of the different pollinator gardens on the grounds, and even view some of the Nature Connects pollinator sculptures along the way!

Garden and Nature Connects admission as well as discounted parking in the attached garage included. Please register in advance online or by calling 216.721.1600 x100.

Member: $25
Non-member: $40

Registration for this program is now closed.

Learn more about pollinators by making a native bee house on Sunday, June 29 with the OSU Extension, Summit County.

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