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The Pollinator Journal - A gardener's journal for cultivating pollinator gardens

  • $16.99

Discover, celebrate, and support the pollinators in your garden with this guided gardening journal.

Specially formatted for creating a pollinator paradise, this journal provides the space the writer needs to record anything and everything about their pollinator garden, with journal pages for writing, space for sketches or freeform notes, and helpful facts to guide the writer's note-taking and illustrations.

A Pollinator Log section gives you a place to record all the detail of the plants growing in your garden, the types of pollinators each plant attracts, and the observations and discoveries you make about the pollinators. 

A Notes & Sketches section features lined and blank pages where you can plan your pollinator garden layouts, or add additional notes, drawings, and photos.

A Yearly Bloom section provides space to record the plants that bloom during different seasons of the year and the pollinators they support, so you can ensure you are providing a year-round food source to the pollinators in your garden.

Also include are tips for planting a bee garden, and color and flower quick guides to help you determine the types of pollinators you want to attract.

  • Length: 168 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781647225612

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    My beekeeping journey began over 12 years ago with my oldest daughter begging for a dog, which led us to getting baby chickens instead,  then honey bees were added to our urban backyard farm and the rest is history.  

    We're urban NYC beekeepers with a mission to help save the bees and other pollinators by donating to 1% For The Planet.  Bees have been declining at an alarming rate which can impact the global food supply as bees are essential in pollination.  

    Our honey is pure and raw and sourced from either our own local hives or small apiaries, like us, from around the country.  We believe in sustainable beekeeping, supporting small local beekeepers who in turn work with small local family farms to help pollinate their crops and bring you real, delicious honey.

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