Tatton Park flower show features garden of flowering plants whose heady scents at night attract crucial but ‘invisible’ pollinators

Gardens should be as attractive to pollinators at night as they are in the day, horticulturalists have said, as they present a moth-friendly version at a flower show in Cheshire.

The RHS nocturnal pollinators experience garden at Tatton Park flower show, which began on Wednesday, showcases flowering plants that produce heady scents at night to attract moths, which a 2020 study found were crucial but “invisible” pollinators.

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