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Pollinator Interpretation: Longwood Gardens

Longwood Gardens’ newest garden is the Meadow Garden, a swath of 86 acres of wildflower plantings that highlights a number of native plants, birds, and pollinators. The Meadow Garden also includes hives for native mason bees with interpretive signage that explains how the bees are important early season pollinators for orchard crops and early flowering spring trees.   

Relevant topics: Pollinators, pollination, habitat, pollinator research, ecological landscape