Nancy Wilson presents "Pollination 301: A Deeper Dive on Pollination Pairings."


Perhaps you have mastered the basics of butterflies. Or maybe you have learned a bit about bees. You know that hummers hover. Now you are ready for a deeper understanding of what makes plants and pollinators pair up so well. Come learn the magic of nature and the surprising ways certain pollinators are specifically suited for the plants they pollinate.

If you already have a pollinator garden, you can find new joy in it. If you are new to pollinator paradise, you will be eager to start watching nature in action.

This talk was inspired by a simple request by Texas A&M to look for bees in the garden. That launched years of observing and learning about the special features of plants and animals and why it is so important to provide for them in our gardens and open spaces.

Speaker Biography: Nancy Wilson is a Dallas County Master Gardener, Texas Master Naturalist and Native Plant Society volunteer. She has been learning about native plants and pollinators since 1998, but with more concerted effort over the last five years.

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Event Location: 
Gaston Christian Center’s Fellowship Hall
8515 Greenville Avenue,
Dallas , TX
Date and Time: 
Monday, September 18, 2023 - 6:30pm to 8:15pm