This entrance garden and wildflower meadow was designed to attract and support pollinators. Beautiful blooms provide a food source and nesting habitat for birds and butterflies throughout the seasons. The garden includes decorative bird houses, pollinator hedge rows, a seating area, mulched beds and gravel pathways. Once a water-thirsty lawn, this beautiful garden in the foothills of southern Oregon now conserves thousands of gallons of water, while providing critical habitat for the declining Monarch butterflies and our native bees.