Colonial Pines Inn is the latest location for a "Connect to Protect" Pollinator Garden installed by our daughter, Heather Alley, of the Mimsie Lanier Center for Native Plant Studies at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia in Athens.
Pollinator Gardens have been planted by Heather and her staff in various locations around Georgia. She carefully selects plants in an effort to educate and support wildlife by providing nectar, pollen, food, and shelter.
Go to Connect to Protect, to learn more about this important program,
and check out the Mimsie Lanier Center for Native Plant Studies
for valuable information about their important work in saving native plants for use in habitat restoration, endangered species recovery, and introduction to the gardening and green industry community.
It was a family project, and Heather had help from son Owen
and father Chris, owner of Colonial Pines.
Many Thanks to All Three!
Come see our beautiful new garden!
Colonial Pines Inn Bed and Breakfast
541 Hickory Street
Highlands NC 28741