National Pollinator Week 2018: List of Bee-Friendly Trees

In this Peg Plant story, Steve Nagy of The Care of Trees, a Davey company, talks about why you should plant for pollinators this year. He also describes the importance of planting these native bee-friendly trees in your Mid-Atlantic pollinator garden. 

Nagy works at The Care of Trees office in Dulles, Virginia. 

Posted: June 18, 2018

It is amazing that something as small as a bee is vitally important to our food supply. As pollinators, bees transfer pollen thus ensuring that plants and crops develop fruit and seeds for us to consume. But bees are not the only keystone species that we depend on, we also need other pollinators such as butterflies, moths, beetles, flies, and birds, including hummingbirds. 

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