Wildflower Meadows

  • Diverse meadow wildflowers in bloom


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A Question of the Week
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Observations of local support for pollinators by Megan Cook, Natural Resource Steward '17
Observations of local support for pollinators by Megan Cook, Natural Resource Steward '17 Learn More
Guy Giunta Jr. loves lilacs and the flower’s purple color. So much so that he wears purple “almost all the time, really.” Two of his cars have ‘lilacs... Learn More

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New Hampshire is home to a diverse array of pollinators, from charismatic bumble bees to unheralded wasps, flies and beetles. Declines of insects, nat... Learn More
Why Plant Wildflowers?

Native bees and other pollinators are essential to the successful production of many fruit and vegetable crops a... Learn More
Cathy Neal recently presented a webinar on Planting Wildflower Meadows for Pollinator Habitat for the Northeast IPM Center's "IPM Toolbox&qu... Learn More
Thinking of planting a mixed wildflower meadow from seed?  Based on observations and trials in NH, we have formulated a basic mix for NH meadow planti... Learn More
Many people want to create pollinator-friendly gardens to support numerous kinds of native bees, as well as honey bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, and... Learn More
 

Why Wildflower Meadows?

They are beautiful and tie your landscape in to the surrounding environment. Adding even a sma... Learn More