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Establishing Native Pollinator Habitat Organically: Tips from Our Experience at Kerr Center

Establishing Native Pollinator Habitat Organically: Tips from Our Experience at Kerr Center

This publication describes our project to establish native pollinator plants using organic techniques. Summary of what did and didn’t work, tips and techniques, recommendations, based on our experience. Organic techniques have the potential to reduce damage to pollinators during the establishment phase by not using various herbicides and pesticides.

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Trees and Shrubs of Value to Pollinators

Trees and Shrubs of Value to Pollinators

Trees and shrubs provide crucial food and homes for pollinators. This table, compiled by the Xerces Society, lists a variety of trees and shrubs that grow in Oklahoma. Listed: time of bloom, mature height, water requirements, and where they are available to purchase, as well as the pollinators that visit these plants, whether the plant is a host or nest plant, and value to other wildlife.

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