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Tamra Reall
University of Missouri
reallt@missouri.edu

Pollinator-friendly lawns: You can have it all!

Tamra Reall
University of Missouri
reallt@missouri.edu

Published: September 19, 2020

Want to help pollinators AND have a gorgeous lawn? Yes, you can do both! Studies show that pollinator populations are in decline because of a loss of feeding and nesting habitats, pollution, and the misuse of pesticides.

To learn how, join us on Sept 24th, 5:30-6:30 pm for a webinar, with Michelle Wisdom from the University of Arkansas; register today! Wisdom introduced this topic in our Horticulture Town Hall and will expand on how to plant attractive, low-growing plants, including bulbs, for blooms in lawns on a year-round basis. These plants can even increase the health of your turf!

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