The Pollinator Pathway, located between the BRIT building and the garden center, showcases pollinators, the migratory routes some of them take, and the native plants they pollinate. The central message of this garden is that pollinators provide essential ecological services, without which humans and many other living organisms on earth could not survive. The Pollinator Pathway encourages homeowners to consider native plants as ornamental horticulture and to use these plants in their landscapes not only to beautify their homes but also to support essential pollination services.
The Pollinator Pathway is free to guests.
To learn more about the importance of native plants, click here.