Want to keep the color coming– and attract pollinators to your garden all season? Sign up for this Pollinator Pathway talk! Learn to plant for a continuous season of bloom in your yard, with abundant blossoms for pollinators – and you! – to enjoy. “If you grow it, they will come!” Loss of habitat is causing insect populations (and the birds that feed on them) to crash. We depend on native bees and other creatures to pollinate our flowers and crops. Creating a diverse and pesticide-free habitat in our own yards means we are supporting the very creatures we cannot live without . . .not to mention, providing a source of beauty and joy for ourselves. This talk provides direction and ideas which will bring many seasons of enjoyment for you, and the pollinators, too. Taught by UConn advanced master gardener Alice Ely. This pollinator series talk is sponsored by Wakeman Town Farm and Westport’s Pollinator Pathway.