Our garden is looking quite brown by now and it's time to start cleaning it up. But there are still a few flowers and the pollinators are taking full advantage.
This guy was warming in the sun early yesterday morning. He couldn't even move yet.
Occasionally you find a nice bright flower in the garden still.
And other visitors like this crab spider.
And this guy, who was feasting once the sun got nice and warm. But my favorite is this one... Look at all the pollen all over this guy's legs and face.
You'll start seeing a lot of this, as the garden starts getting cleaning out. But here's to looking forward to Spring. Next year's garden is going to be epic.
View the entire history of The Wildflower Project on it's blog at: EHS Pleasant Street Wildflower Project
When Planting a Pollinator Garden, it helps to choose plants that flower at different times of the year to provide nectar and pollen sources throughout the growing season.