Buncombe County: WNC Natives and Navitars – Planting for Pollinators

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Life is Greater with Pollinators

Gardening in the Mountains Presents

Thursday, July 15, 2021
10–11 a.m.
FREE Virtual Event

We all know native plants are good choices to improve resilience and support pollinators in our gardens. But do you know the difference between natives, nativars, cultivars, and hybrids? Does it matter which you choose when you are trying to sustain local biodiversity, support wildlife, and still have a beautiful garden?
Shelby Singleton Jackson, a North Carolina Certified Plant Professional and Horticulturist at Carolina Native Nursery in Burnsville, is passionate about native plants. She will talk to us about natives, nativars, and hybrids; help us understand the differences and why it matters; and give us some suggestions for our native plant choices.
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Shelby Singleton Jackson, Carolina Native Plant Nursery
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