This small pollinator garden, located in front of the public library in Nassawadox, is maintained by Extension Master Gardeners to educate visitors on what types of plants do best in the local growing conditions and which plants are most desirable for attracting pollinators.
A combination of annual and perennial plants are grown here to host larvae and to provide food for pollinators such as butterflies, bees, and birds.
Volunteers work on Wednesday mornings to maintain this space. Join us 8 am to 10 am.
We invite you to explore this garden by clicking on any of the pictures displayed below.
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