There are many different types of pollinators, including bees, butterflies, moths, beetles, birds, and bats. Pollinators are crucial to the functioning of natural ecosystems all over the world. Each type of pollinator has its own unique set of preferences regarding food and habitat. For example, bees are attracted to brightly colored flowers with a lot of nectar, while butterflies prefer lush gardens with plenty of flowering plants. In addition, pollinators are essential for the pollination of crops, which provide food for humans and animals alike. Find everything you need to know about how to attract them by growing pollinator-friendly gardens with companion plants and find out who they are, what they do, and why you want them in your garden!