What Vegetables Need Pollinators?

What Vegetables Need Pollinators?
Flowers that draw pollinators

Vegetables that need pollinators. This list is not exclusive but rather a sample of some vegetables that absolutely need pollinators. These, while being pollinated, also provide food for the bees. Fruit trees can be ornamental types as well as fruit-bearing. One example is crabapple versus large edible apples. For more tips on vegetables that require pollinators, please refer to my video: https://youtu.be/pU-xj1FRIY8

Vegetables, such as summer squash, require pollinators like bees for fruit production. Bees play a key role in the pollination of various vegetables, ensuring the development of fruits. For example, summer squash is heavily reliant on bee pollination for fruit production. Other vegetables where pollination is essential are:

  • Cucumbers, peppers, and all the berries, like strawberries, blackberries, and raspberries.
  • All fruit trees, like apple, cherry, pear, or plum.

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For more information on one of these vegetables, consider reading the blog on summer squash. https://www.gardeningtheorganicway.com/vegetables/grow-summer-squash/

Some of the foods that bees play an important role in pollinating include apples, blackberries, blueberries, cucumbers, peppers, strawberries, and a variety of other fruits and vegetables such as almonds, asparagus, beans, beets, cabbage, cantaloupe, cashews, celery, cherries, coconut, peaches, and watermelon. 

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