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Gardening for Pollinators

Schedule and Location

Saturday, July 20, 9:00 a.m. to noon
Thornhill Education Center

Fees and Registration

$39.00 member
$46.00 nonmember
(Fees include admission to the Arboretum)

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BY PHONE: 630-719-2468 ( Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.)

Course Description

 

Do your part to keep bees and other pollinators busy this summer. Bees, butterflies, and other insects play a crucial role in both nature and in agriculture through the process of pollination. They pollinate everything from the flowers outside our window to the food we put on the table. According to the USDA, one third of all agricultural output in the United States depends on pollinators! But their numbers are in decline. You can help by growing the types of plants that attract and sustain these important insects, and you’ll have a beautiful, colorful garden to boot.

Course number

H156

Instructor

Nina Koziol, horticulturist

Nina Koziol has taught at The Arboretum since 1997. She has a degree in Education and Environmental Science and gardens for butterflies and hummingbirds on a deer-infested acre in SW Cook County. See it at www.thisgardencooks.com 

Course Details

Note: Held indoors and outdoors. Limit 20

Arboretum class weather, cancellation and refund policies

Gardening for Pollinators