Pollinators Benefit from Mixing Native and Non-Native Plants

Pollinators Benefit from Mixing Native and Non-Native Plants

Current research indicates that mixing native and non-native plants in a designed landscape increases pollinator habitat. Mixed native and non-native plants in a designed landscape (i.e., near-native landscapes) are more likely to contain a higher diversity of food resources over longer periods of time for pollinators and, therefore, containing more diverse pollinator communities. The Lurie […]