Future of the Environment

Pollinators are struggling to survive - these gardening tips can help them

Plants growing on roofs of buildings.

Pollinators need a continuous and diverse urban food supply throughout the year. Image: UNSPLASH/CHUTTERSNAP

Nicholas Tew
PhD Candidate in Community Ecology, University of Bristol
Jane Memmott
Professor of Ecology, University of Bristol
Katherine Baldock
Senior Lecturer in Ecology, Northumbria University, Newcastle
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Collection of flowers and plants in an allotment/community garden.
Community gardens, such as this, can help pollinators all year long. Image: UNSPLASH/Steve Adams

Yellow and white willow blossom.
Willow in bloom. Image: UNSPLASH/Ekaterina Novitskaya

Monarch butterfly on purple echinacea flower
Monarch butterfly on an echinacea flower. Image: UNSPLASH/Natalia Jones

White winter honeysuckle surrounded by leaves.
Winter honeysuckle. Image: UNSPLASH/Annie Spratt

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