Creating artwork & gardens in support of the native pollinators and plants of the southern oregon coast and willamette valley 🌼🐝 🪰🪳🐞🦋🪲🌿
Front yard pollinator garden | Willamette Valley Ecoregion
Lupin blooming in client's pollinator garden in Vancouver, Washington
Pollinator garden services:
Site preparation – including removal of non-native species
Garden installation – planting native species, adding borders, mulch, and habitat features
Maintenance – weeding and mulching as needed, but native pollinator gardens require very little maintenance after they are established!
Pollinator Garden Kit Installation
In collaboration with Stillwater Natives Nursery, we are are available to help you plant your Pollinator Garden Kit!
Expert design and planting assistance
Starts at $100 base installation price for Basic Kit size
For more info on Pollinator Kits, click here!
About the plants
Wild Pollinator Gardens is dedicated to planting gardens using locally sourced plants and materials, in an effort to support our local community along with the pollinators and wildlife!
All plants are sourced from local nursery Stillwater Natives. Most plant varieties used are native to Pacific Northwest eco-regions and others are select varieties native to the Western North America region.
Solidago canadensis, Goldenrod
About the gardener
My name is Tatiana Havill Affatati, and I look forward to meeting with you and collaborating on your pollinator garden! I have been studying plants, flowers, trees, and wildlife since I was a young child. I've lived most my life on the Southern Oregon coast and Willamette Valley, and the last few years have been engaged with local native plant and pollinator garden projects in my community. With a background in community social work practice, I continue to learn the importance of healing the relationship between people and the ecosystems we live in. I hope this work can support environmental justice movements and help cultivate a healthy and sustainable collective future. Combining my passions for supporting people, native plants, and wildlife, I look forward to working with you to make your yard into a beautiful, educational, and ecologically beneficial space for all to enjoy!