The alarming rate of honey bee decline has a lot of people worried. But it’s not just the honeybees that are losing ground. Butterflies and bumblebees native to the Puget Sound region are also declining rapidly.
A pollinator corridor is a series of blooming habitats flourishing with the native flowers that pollinators need to survive. These gardens are linked close enough to one another so that the insects and birds can go from one urban oasis to another, and reliably get the nourishment they need as spread pollen among agents.
Our Way of Giving Back
Apple Blossom supports the work of EarthCorps creating pollinator corridors and restoring local habitat by donating a portion of every gift basket sold. We believe that our pollinators play an important role in creating a healthy environment for future generations.