These beautiful signs let people know that you support the birds, the bees, and other pollinators. 

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"This year, play host to all the bees, butterflies and other flying pollinators in your yard. Let others know that you cultivate flowering plants to support the important work that pollinators do for us. Made of a composite aluminum and polyethylene, and printed with a hard-cured ink, this durable sign will last for years outside and in the weather."- Amazon.com

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"These are the rascals of the bird world. Bluejays are fun to watch. This year, play host to all the bees, butterflies and other flying pollinators in your yard. Let others know that you cultivate flowering plants to support the important work that pollinators do for us. Made of a composite aluminum and polyethylene, and printed with a hard-cured ink, this durable sign will last for years outside and in the weather."-Amazon.com

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It makes sense that native plants and pollinators adapted to mutually support one another. Wild butterflies, many of whom are migratory, and whose habitats having been collapsing in recent years due to habitat loss, require the reliable nectar of native plants.  In this sign, we draw awareness to the purpose of native plants, which in turn activates the purpose of our landscapes. Whether that landscape is in an urban, sub-urban or rural setting, butterflies are on the lookout for flowering plants native to your area. Made of a composite aluminum and polyethylene, and printed with a plastic-based ink, this durable sign will last for years outside and in the weather."-Amazon.com

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