Pollinators around the world are in severe decline, and they desperately need our help. Different species such as bees and hover flies collect nectar and pollen from a variety of flowers, and they require a constant supply of these throughout the year.
By creating a ‘corridor’ of plants from which they can forage, we can ensure that they never go hungry, no matter what the season. Our gardens provide the perfect opportunity to do this. By swapping pollinator-friendly plants amongst ourselves, we can build the ultimate pollinator highway, street by street.
Pollinator Highway Projects
- Lancaster and Gurney Court Roads
- Bernards Heath: Warwick Road
- Bernards Heath: Culver Road
- St Albans City Centre
- Buzz Stops
- Bernards Heath Junior School
- Bernards Heath: Boundary Road
- Oaklands Apiary
- Bernards Heath: Heath Rd and Walton St
This Wildlife Trust garden plan has lots of ideas on how to make your garden friendly for pollinators, as well as other animals.
A busy bee hotel in a Wilderhood Watch member’s garden