The Pollinator Plant Swap is an opportunity to give and receive plants, especially native plants that support pollinators. We welcome donations of almost* any plants, including native and non-native flowers, trees, shrubs, vegetables, herbs, and other edible plants.
*Please ensure that any plants you share are grown free of chemicals to protect pollinators. This means no herbicides, pesticides, fungicides, or synthetic fertilizers. The bees will thank you! To protect our natural areas, we also cannot accept donations that are listed as noxious weeds by the Colorado Dept. of Agriculture.
For safety, masks are required as well as pre-registration for a specific time slot.
For questions, contact Jamie Weiss at Jamie.Weiss@audubon.org.
This event is co-hosted with Fort Collins Audubon Society, League of Women Voters, Nature in the City, Wild Ones Front Range Chapter, and People and Pollinators Action Network.
Native bee on Amphora canescens. Photo: Evan Barrientos/Audubon Rockies