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Pollinators a Big Hit!

Updated: Jan 12, 2023

Close to 50 people joined us for Saturday's presentation on Pollinators and Native Plants, given by Master Gardener Tim Kennelty. This was an informative and entertaining discussion with lots of audience questions asked and answered. Thanks to all who joined us, both in person and on Zoom.

Just one of the many examples Tim provided of the relationship between caterpillars, moths, butterflies, birds, and native plants is the beautiful Spicebush Swallowtail butterfly (right), which you will only find in proximity to its hosts, sassafras or spicebush (below).

We had many audience suggestions for the next episode in the series, and we encourage you to respond here in the comments if you have a gardening topic you'd like to see explored at the next event in the series, to be held in January of 2023.

In the meantime, you can get an earful from Tim as co-host of Cornell's weekly master Gardener podcast:

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