Come see the West Hartford Pollinator Pathway! With many gardens to visit, you can spend the summer exploring parks and trails, and enjoying the flowers and native pollinators. The birds, bees, butterflies, and other insects will be happy to greet you in the gardens!
The Town of West Hartford, along with partner organizations, is committed to the creation and preservation of pollinator-friendly spaces. With four town parks, a trail system, and many of the local schools investing in specific pollinator - friendly spaces, there are plenty of places to visit to see and experience!
Westmoor Park Tall-grass Meadow
119 Flagg Raod, West Hartford, CT 06040
This mult-acre meadow is a haven for birds, bees, butterflies, and more! Wander the paths through native tall-grasses and flowers, often growing over your head! In the summer months, this meadow is a riot of yellows, purples, and blues, as the native flowering plants and grasses bloom.
Spice Bush Swamp
201 Mountain Road, West Hartford, CT 06117
This garden was designed, donated, and planted by the West Hartford Garden Club in 2020. Along with the specific Pollinator Garden patch, they are also planting native shrubs and flowering plants along the waterway.
567 Fern St, West Hartford, CT 06117
Planned and planted as an Eagle Scout project, this garden will bring flowers and pollinators to a popular park in West Hartford! Enjoy the blooms and buzzes, before you head off to the splash pads or tennis courts.
Westmoor Park Pollinator Garden
119 Flagg Road, West Hartford, CT 06117
While one of many gardens at Westmoor Park, this garden was planted to specifically attract pollinator species. Sit under the trellis and enjoy watching hummingbirds, butterflies, bees, and more, while they enjoy the flowers that bloom from spring to fall.
Installed by members of the West Hartford Sustainable Land Care Working Group, this garden was installed as a part of the new linear walking trail that runs through West Hartford.
West Hartford Town Hall
This garden was installed by the Grassroots team, and all plants are divisions from the Charter Oak Elementary School Pollinator Garden.
Town of West Hartford, Department of Leisure Services; roots2RISE; West Hartford Garden Club; Grass Roots West Hartford; WH Department of Public Works; Tree Action Group