WELCOME TO THE MARY PRENTISS INN POLLINATOR PARADISE!

The exquisite Greek Revival architecture of The Mary Prentiss Inn complements perfectly our lively pollinator paradise, bursting with blossoms and bees. We’ve layered the garden in an array of nectar-rich perennials and annuals that bloom from spring through fall and the garden has become mecca for neighborhood pollinators (including seed-seeking songbirds).

Plant for the pollinators and they will come!

Three-bee-species scene at The Mary Prentiss Inn pollinator garden.

The Mary Prentiss Inn Owners Nicholas and Jennifer Fandetti

Perfectly lovely prior to turning the old garden into a pollinator paradise, but everyone agreed, it was time for a change.

Bee and blossom alike dusted in a fine golden shower of pollen.

One thought on “WELCOME TO THE MARY PRENTISS INN POLLINATOR PARADISE!

  1. (“The Native Tribe Navajo) Pollen is the life source, the pollen path is the path to the center”.) Big in there traditions out west and the Gloucester Daily Times (GDT) article on the treaty find was also very good out of (Manchester)I have seen the tribe name spelled two ways also. Dave 🙂 & Kim 🙂

    Another Quote sourced so true: “My umbilical cord is buried cord where I was born. It’s like a magnet that knows where I am and how to bring me home.” -Lorenzo Shaw

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