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Following pollinators in the global news!


Wasps are voracious predators of pest insects, produce powerful antibiotics in their venom, pollinate plants and even make a nutritious snack.

The benefits to humans of the much-hated insects are revealed in the first major scientific review of the ecosystem services they provide. It focused on the 33,000 known species of hunting wasps, which carry stings and live in every corner of the world.

Yellowjackets and hornets, the picnic pests that have given wasps a bad name, make up a small proportion of all wasp species. But even they provide help that is little known, such as hoovering up caterpillars on vegetable patches. Yellowjacket venom is also being investigated as a promising cancer treatment.

Flowers hear bees and make sweeter nectar when they’re buzzing nearby

Pollinators In Global Decline 

As pollination slowly falls, risks rise to economic and human health 

The world's biggest bee has been re-discovered, after decades thought lost to science.

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We have partnered with nationwide non-profit the Monarch Joint Venture.


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Updates & Information


Right now we are working on our fifth Monarch Butterfly and Pollinator Garden. It is a large scale job requiring many tons of organic soil, intensive invasive plant removal and soil preparation. We have many hundreds of native plants which we will be planting at Blue Heron Park in Newport Beach as part of a butterfly garden and park habitat project for the Eastbluff Home Owners Association. 

We have also been caring for our sizable educational habitat gardens at Heisler Park in Laguna Beach and Bluebird Park in Laguna Beach, California. 


We have new gardens to come on the horizon! 


We are very thankful for our partnerships with the Monarch Joint Venture, the US Forest Services International Programs and the Laguna Beach Garden Club.

 We plant native California flowers and shrubs to support Monarch butterflies, native bees and other pollinators.

Educational signage in both English and Spanish can be found at our garden locations. 

For butterfly and pollinator garden enquiries and information, please email us at : - or use the contact form on this website.



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