East Trail Entrance and Pollinator Gardens

Nature Preserve Tour

East Trail Entrance and Pollinator Gardens

Miami, Florida 33135, United States

Created By: Florida International University


The East Pollinator Gardens were planted in honor of the 9/11 day of service. The gardens mainly consist of native pollinator plants. Some of the species planted include Scorpion Tail, Milkweed, Giant Milkweed, Firebush, American Beautyberry, Blue Porterweed, Locust Berry, White Indigo Berry, Corky Stem Passion Flower, Panama Rose, and Coontie. The importance of having these plants is to attract pollinators such as birds, moths, butterflies, bees, wasps, dragonflies, beetles, and bats. These pollinators play a key role in the survival of local wildlife and the growth of foods that we eat.

This point of interest is part of the tour: Nature Preserve Tour


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