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Pollinators in the Native Flora Garden (Video)

Brooklyn Botanic Garden's Native Flora Garden provides habitat for pollinators of all kinds, including butterflies, bees, and wasps, as well spiders and praying mantises. Curator Uli Lorimer explains the relationships at play in this small but diverse ecosystem and shares some good news about monarchs he has observed.


Blanca Begert is Brooklyn Botanic Garden's photographer and digital media producer.

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