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Coton Pollinator project summary leaflet

Coton Pollinator project summary leaflet

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We need to feed pollinator larvae if we want to support pollinators!

We need to feed pollinator larvae if we want to support pollinators!

It seems obvious, but in any pollinator-friendly garden you not only need flowers and tress that provide pollen and nectar all year round but you need to provide food and forage for pollinator larvae. That means leaves and sometimes, other small insects...
Add your pollinator project to Buglife Bi-line map of E. Anglia

Add your pollinator project to Buglife Bi-line map of E. Anglia

Add your pollinator project, be it large or small on to the Buglife B-Lines map of pollinator corridors in East of England. You will see it is almost empty in our part of Cambridgeshire. We can make a difference. Make sure to include that it is part...
No Mow challenge

No Mow challenge

We would like to invite Coton village residents to the part in a No Mow challenge during the summer months. Here is article explaining why! No Mow Challenge Don’t Mow Let it Grow
Coton Primary School pollinator plan

Coton Primary School pollinator plan

Coton Primary School Pollinator plan by Amanda Fuller our resident garden designer School plan – Feb20
Churchyard plan

Churchyard plan

Here is our design for enhancing the churchyard for Pollinators created by Amanda Fuller, our resident garden designer! Let us know what you think and if you want to help us plant it up! Churchyard plan – Phase I planting plan Churchyard plan –...
Food we would lose if we had no pollinators

Food we would lose if we had no pollinators

Have you ever thought about what foods we would lose if we had no pollinators? Have a look at this short video! What we would lose if pollinators were not around
Gardening for Pollinators

Gardening for Pollinators

If you would like to plant for pollinators in your garden you might find the following websites useful.   Butterfly Conservation Society Royal Horticultural Society RHS Gardening for Pollinators with children RSPB Gardening for Wildlife
Coton loves Pollinators.  Some links to get you started

Coton loves Pollinators. Some links to get you started

Some links to get you started   https://dontmowletitgrow.com/ Twitter on pollinators Bumblee conservation trust A pollination toolkit A countryside classroom How to make a classroom pollinator friendly Bee and pollination science experiment https://www.churchofengland.org/more/church-resources/churchcare/advice-and-guidance-church-buildings/biodiversity
Thank you to the generosity of our sponsors

Thank you to the generosity of our sponsors

“Coton Orchard Garden Centre is pleased to support this important community project. Without pollinators and the free eco-system services they provide, we would not have many of the fruits and flowers we so enjoy. Pollinators need a range of pollen...
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