Garden registry recognizes those in our community who have taken steps to help protect pollinators and tracks the collaborative effort community-wide.
Pollinator gardens can take many shapes: a dedicated garden bed, a group of containers or a sunlit edge of a natural area. It can be in your backyard, on your patio, in a cul-de-sac or on the property of your office, school, or place of worship. It can be the work of individuals or a group.
What makes them alike is the plant choice—not the size, quantity or complexity of the garden. It doesn’t have to require a lot of space, money or time to create or maintain. By providing native plants that bloom spring, summer and fall, you are rewarded with visiting native bees and butterflies and the satisfaction that comes from helping protect pollinators.
Registrations received from June 1, 2020 through December 1, 2020 will be part of the Plant for Pollinators Village Challenge. Each registration earns a point for the resident’s village association. Program sponsors, The Woodlands G.R.E.E.N. and Project PolliNation, will contribute scholarship money to the top three village associations
When you register your garden, you’ll receive a window cling in recognition of your effort.