Introducing Insectary Plants for Your Garden (video)

Growing food comes with its own inherent risks. One of them, who ultimately gets the food that’s grown, you or the wildlife?

A big problem for most home gardeners is how to keep insects like aphids, mites, and caterpillars from eating and destroying a crop. Growing insectary plants would be a good start. It’s purpose is to attract beneficial insects which feed upon insects that might be damaging your garden.

Master Gardener, Jen Aron

Master Gardener, Jen Aron

Oregon State University certified Master Gardener Jen Aron talks about the different insectary plants she has in her garden and some of the beneficial insects they attract. Not only is an insectary garden beneficial to your plants, it’s beautiful to look at too.

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