Look at the pollen garden

Welcome to the Flower Garden.

Flower parks are the best way to make friends with the birds, bees and butterflies in Mali. Not only are they used for food and pollen, but pollen, the tiny yellow grains in the center of each flower, are attached to the legs and bodies of bees, birds, and butterflies. As you grow plants from plant to plant in your garden, they will store pollen wherever you go. Pollen is essential for the production of fresh fruits and vegetables. We provide florists with food. In return they feed us.

Interesting Fact: Bees produce about 80 percent of the world’s pollen.

Pick up the iodine seed in a covered field

In Mali, November and December are the best times to plant pollen gardens. Winter rains provide a good start for the seed. It is important to provide extra water during the dry years.

Where to start? Start with ElymyRemove all pesticides from your garden. According to Antonio Sánchez, the manager of the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, the most important thing is to buy pest-free plants.

Pollen garden can be any size: as small as a plant on your balcony or as large as a lawn. When choosing plants that are environmentally friendly, it is important to analyze growth conditions. look around. How much sun does it hit your ideal location? What kind of soil does it have? Is water flowing in it, rich in humus or is it a challenge for your shovel? Will your tube reach the new garden? Although many Indigenous people are drought tolerant, they need a little water to settle. If your garden is a view of your home or outdoor seating, you will be rewarded with performances throughout the year. Hummingbird can talk to you.

Pollen garden

Low water droplets include lime (light blue), California blue bell (dark blue) and California pop (orange).

Next, give the birds, bees and butterflies something sweet to eat, just like your cat or dog, and a spring or shallow water bath.

For more success, Bob Susman, owner of Morpark Matilica Indigenous Garden, suggested buying some locally grown plants. Indigenous flowering plants that grow easily in the Malibu shadow garden include the following: red-pink flower hummingbird sage (Salvia Spatasa) and always green root (Hechra Maxima), says Susman. Hechera Maxima, a native of the Channel Islands, has a bright white flower in the shade, while Hechera “Santa Anna Cardinal” has bright red flowers.

For a sun garden, Susman suggested: Yaroli: Miflipoleum with white flowers and Achilles milliholium “Island Rose”; Li ilac verbena; Verbena lilacina, “de la role”; Red flower California fuschia (Zauschneria californica); And Z. californica, “Catalina,” are Hummingbird favorites. I can assure Achilles is easy to grow. Achillesia Mepholelium and A. Millefolium, “Island Rose” presented a beautiful display on my seed field. Butterflies and bees are attracted to the flower, and the birds eventually come to find their heads.

My biggest gardening challenge? My Eredale, Elois. For Verbena, “de la Mina” has an uncontrollable appetite.

Indigenous shrubs that are easy to grow include shrubs such as the fragrant Salvia “Alan Chickering” and the popular Seanotus “Koncha”. The only place I want to find a place for the Lavatera assurgentiflora is the evergreen shrub. Evergreen, with visible magenta flowers, grows to about 10 feet tall and attracts both hummingbirds and bees.

If you want a more elegant look, bees and hummingbirds’ favorite buckwheat (Eriogonum fasciculatum), coastal gold cork (Isokoma Menzisi) and balloon pod (Isomerius arborus) are a definite bet once they need a little water. Ed Gill-Gómez, a Maltese gardener, suggests a balloon pod to stabilize the slope. The next time you shop in central Malibu, take a walk in Legacy Park. The golden cork swarms with bright yellow and happy bees.

You need to have plenty of space to cope with the drought in Carpenter. You can make your own mix or choose one of the annual and multi-year California native wildflowers mix. The minimum order is $ 150.

Planting wildflowers from seed is not as easy as throwing many seeds into the wind. Invading weeds are a constant challenge. The birds you want to receive in the garden are annoyed by choosing the new seed.

Start by clearing the ground, removing soda or crushing the weeds with a newspaper or black plastic. Avoid using weeds or adding soil improvements as wildflowers grow in poor soil. Gather the soil, spread the seeds and then cover the seeds with a small layer of soil. Irrigate the seeds slowly, but be careful to avoid rivers that may wash them away. Be aware that it is important to remove weeds during the first years of flowering. Watch out for wild arugula in particular.

One of the three or four bites you can eat is thanks to honey.


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