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Pollination Subjects

Meadows and More
Offers an extensive guide and practical suggestions for cultivating indigenous flowering plant life to support the health and growth of pollinators of all kinds.
http://meadowsandmore.com/home

US Forest Services’ Celebrating Wildflowers – Pollinator Syndromes
Plants and pollinators have co-evolved physical characteristics that make them more likely to interact successfully. The plants benefit from attracting a particular type of pollinator to its flower, ensuring that its pollen will be carried to another flower of the same species and hopefully resulting in successful reproduction.
http://www.fs.fed.us/wildflowers/pollinators/syndromes.shtml

Urban Bee Gardens – A Practical Guide to Introducing the World’s Most Prolific Pollinators Into Your Garden
What types of bees do you see in your garden? At first glance you may observe some honeybees ducking in and out of flowers, perhaps a bumblebee or two. Did you know…
http://nature.berkeley.edu/urbanbeegardens/index.html