Keelings Fruits wildflowers to feed pollinators

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During the summer months, there are much more flowers available to feed pollinators. But it’s just as important to provide pollinators with food come autumn and spring. To create a Rewilding Zone that provides pollinators with all the food they need throughout the seasons, simply reduce your mowing and wait to see these wildflowers grow in the long grass:

🌱 March-May: Dandelion, Dead-Nettle, Vetch
🌱 June-August: Speedwell, Bird’s Foot Trefoil, Brassicas, Clovers, Geranium, Knapweed, Oxeye Daisy, Self-Heal, Thistle, Vetch, Yarrow
🌱 September-October: Autumn Hawkbit, Clovers, Hawksbeard, Vetch
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