‘The Pollinator Garden’ proposes to create an aesthetic, ecological and educational intervention in this small plot of land and subsequently in the landscape.
Pollinators play a vital role in plant reproduction, being fundamental to the functioning of ecosystems. As humans rely on plants as a source of food or medicine, pollinators are paramount for our survival.
While climate change impacts pollinators, altering the growing and flowering seasons of plants and weakening their populations, planting a pollinator garden is one of the best ways to attract and preserve pollinator species whilst also offering food and shelter to other animals and thus stimulating and preserving biodiversity.
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