Takeaways:

  • Since the launch of No Mow May in 2019, studies have shown that if you mow less the pollen count in your garden could increase.
  • Changing the way we mow our lawns can increase the amount of nectar available to bees and other pollinators.
  • “We’ve lost the mosaic of meadows from the countryside but at least within our gardens we can do something in response to that” said botanist Trevor Dines.

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