Plants for pollinators in late Winter

Suggestions of plants you can grow to feed pollinators in late Winter.

This has been cross-posted from my gardening blog.

There are more plants than people realise that flower in late winter. This post presents a variety of plants for pollinators that you can grow in late winter, from a small pot or in your garden, to an allotment or community garden.

Prunus mume - winter flowering cherry Prunus mume - a hot pink flowering cherry tree Crocus 'Gipsy Girl' a late winter flowering crocus Crocus 'Gipsy Girl', a bright yellow small flower which has a bee feeding off the pollen

Visit the blogpost on my gardening site for lots more suggestions: Plants for pollinators in late Winter.