-Pollinator Gardens and/or Pollinator Plants
Bravado and Bright Star Purple Coneflowers
Many varieties of the purple coneflowers are available. These include outstanding ones, such as Bravado and Bright Star echinaceas.
Any plant with the word "Christmas" in its name is of interest during the holiday season.
Description of California Laurel
California laurel is an attractive, reliable native plant that happens to be an excellent pollinator plant. It is well suited to some areas of the western states.
Globe Thistles for the Home Landscape
Globe thistles are ideal plants for pollinator gardens. Here are some recommended species.
Growing Globe Thistles
The globe thistles are generally care free, undemanding garden plants. These are ideal for novice gardeners.
Growing the Mountain Mints
The mountain mints are a great choice for the home landscape. These can serve as ground covers and deserve a place of honor in pollinator gardens.
Growing Winter Jasmine
Winter jasmine is an easy to grow adaptable plant. This is suitable for pollinator gardens.
Intro to California Laurel and Growing Tips
California laurel is most suited to zones 7 through 10. It is a suitable choice for pollinator gardens.
June is National Pollinator Month
June is National Pollinator Month in the U.S. Check the Pollinator Partnership website for activities and events taking place throughout the month.
Kirigami and Thumbles Ornamental Oreganos
Kirigami and Thumbles oreganos are two beautiful ornamental varieties for the landscape.
Native Verbenas for Pollinator Gardens
The following native species of verbenas are an excellent choice for pollinator gardens.
Poinsettia as a Pollinator Plant
Poinsettia is so much more than a popular Christmas plant. In fact this is a suitable choice for pollinator gardens in warm climates.
Recommended Mountain Mints for Pollinator Gardens
A number of different mountain mint species are in cultivation. these are an excellent choice for pollinator gardens.
Roses for Pollinator Gardens
Certain kinds of roses are sure to attract pollinators. The native roses are popular among pollinators.
Rozanne geranium is a wonderful choice for pollinator gardens. . It is highly recommended for pollinator gardens.
Saw Palmetto-a Pollinator Plant
Saw palpmetto is an excellent pollinator plant for warm climates.
Some Herbs for Pollinators
Certain kinds of herbs are sure to attract pollinators to the landscape.
Some Mangrove Species
The mangroves are important plants in coastal areas since they help to prevent flooding.
The Black Mangrove
The black mangrove is a very important woody species in the U.S. It is suitable for pollinator gardens.
The Globe Thistles
The globe thistles are perfect plants for sunny, hot dry sites. These pollinator plants are easy to grow and require little care.
The Nigellas and How to Grow Them
The nigellas are quite popular among pollinators. These are recommended for pollinator gardens.
The silverbells are attractive native trees. These are suitable for pollinator gardens.
Verbenas and How to Grow Them
With a few exceptions, verbenas are excellent plants for pollinator gardens. The plants can be sources of nectar, pollen, and sometimes honey.
Vermillionaire Cuphea and Mexican Heather
Gardeners can find various kinds of cupheas are available at nurseries and garden centers. Two of my favorites are Vermillionaire cuphea and Mexican heather.
Winter jasmine adds winter interest to the landscape even when it isn't in bloom due to the lovely green twigs. This species is suitable for pollinator gardens.
Winterberry-A Pollinator Plant
Consider the winterberries when planning your holiday decorations. They feature vivid fruits that are perfect for the winter holidays.
Yarrows as Pollinator Plants
The yarrows are good choices for pollinator gardens. These provide pollen and nectar. Some species are naturalized. Siberian yarrow, western yarrow, sweet Nancy, coast yarrow,
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