Pollination allows plants to produce fruit and keep reproducing. It is specifically the fertilization process in plants, which can happen by wind, animals, and self-pollinating plants.
To encourage more pollinators to visit your garden, it is best to plant species that are native to your area near your garden. You can find lists of pollinator-friendly native plants below to discover what plants are best for your environment.Pollinator-Friendly Native Plants
Vegetables will only grow from female flowers after they have been pollinated by male flowers. You can tell if your flowers are male or female simply by examining them. In squash, male flowers will have long green stems that sprout outwards from the plant. Female squash flowers will be shorter and in the middle of the plant.