The second annual program is designed to create a pollinator gardens corridor in Broadlands.

Program Includes

  • Assistance in choosing the best available garden space you would like to use and receive resources needed to create the garden. (If the site is not appropriate, you may not be able to participate.)
  • Selection of specific type and number of native plants, at no charge, that will be hosting monarch butterflies to lay their eggs and provide nectar. Additional plants maybe available as transplants from existing gardens in the community.
  • Participants will be responsible of planting and caring of these plants until they are established.
  • Complete details will be provided at the time of the visit to qualify each application’s site.

Designing a new flower bed can be a daunting task, filled with decisions about size, plant choices and how to get it done without breaking your budget or back. Our main goal is to teach residents of our community how to beautify their spaces with native plants that support our pollinators within their limits.