Create a nectar and pollen “cafe” for passing pollinators! We’ll plant our pots with ornamental annuals and culinary herbs to provide a good source of nectar and pollen for bees, butterflies, and other little helpers. Whether you have a balcony, rooftop, patio, or front porch, you can still plant a fantastic pollinator-supporting garden! *While we will have some part-shade plants to choose from, most of the annuals and herbs will thrive best in a full sun exposure.
There are many reasons to start seeds indoors, not least of which is a way to cure spring fever! As well as an economical way to garden, you will get to witness the miracle of seed germination and it is a great teaching tool for kids. Our advice is to start with a few types of seeds; going overboard can overwhelm both your energy and your indoor space.