Enhancing Gardens as Habitats for Pollinators: Should We Plant Native or Exotic Species?

This paper, published in the Journal of Applied Ecology, demonstrates that utilising plants from only a single region of origin may not be an optimal strategy for resource provision for pollinating insects in gardens and gardens can be enhanced by planting a variety of flowering plants.

This document was originally hosted on the Flora Locale website. We are grateful to them for passing on this resource.