A 200 square feet plot within a larger yard in Suburban Tulsa, OK. It includes syriaca, incarnata, and tuberosa milkweeds along with native plants as nectar sources. Correopsis, monarda, and Helianthus included. Most of the plants are plugs from local nurseries, starting in 2018.
An 8×4 raised flower bed in an urban backyard with milkweed, black eyed Susans, golden rod, lantana, rue, coneflower, ironweed, and coreopsis.
Our backyard is about 60% garden right now with lots of pollinator support: pollinator plants, nectar plants, tall grass areas, and shelter areas for creatures of all sizes. But we are not expanding to the front yard. Adding areas with pollinator plants, dry river beds, and shelter areas. Hoping to have the project done by Spring 2024.
Small pollinator garden in our front garden bed of our rent house.
We have installed four flower beds. All contain native plants to attract Monarch Butterflies. There is stone path that runs through the garden.
Small backyard Butterfly Garden Feeding stop for migrating monarchs
Converted my raised vegetable beds to pollinator plants!
We are a native plant nursery in OKC’s Metro Park neighborhood, half a mile west of downtown. We provide native plant species for native wildlife! Encouraging and educating the public to plant native and provide habitat for insects, birds and increase biodiversity.
In a pasture on our property ( no livestock) we have dedicated a large portion in dedication to our late son.
This area has great sun and water supply.
It is visible to public to see our efforts in helping the Monarchs in Enid, OK.
We purchased pollination seed as well as a large amount of actual seeds from a friends garden.