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Pollinators of Native Plants: Attract, Observe and Identify Pollinators and Beneficial Insects with Native Plants, by Heather Holm
Beautiful book full with over 1600 photos! Includes a “How to Use This Book” section to ensure you get the most of the information provided by Wild Ones member and Honorary Director Holm. Documents how to attract and identify a wide range of pollinators and beneficial insects. Learn about the best native plants for bees, butterflies, moths, wasps, flies, and beetles.
The book profiles 65+ native plant species of the Midwest, Great Lakes region, Northeast, and southern Canada.
Bonus: Books purchased through the Wild Store are autographed by Holm.
Availability: Only 2 left in stock
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