Plants that Pollinators LOVE (Past and Present)
In the spirit of our pollination excitement for National Pollinators Month (June), we are continuing to promote a series of plants that are particularly strong attractors and providers for garden pollinators.
These are plants that pollinators don’t just enjoy but LOVE, and they are constantly swarmed with bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, dragonflies (yes, dragonflies are pollinators!), and more during bloom season. These photos are a collection of past and present as we’ve captured pollination and bloom in-progress.
PLUS we have ALL of these plants available NOW in our inventory. So, you can still enjoy a long bloom full of pollinator benefits IF you place an order today!
Echinacea hybrida 'Cheyenne Spirit' 1 gallon (a pollinator powerhouse with multicolored blooms!)
Like we mentioned last week, if you’re curious to learn more information about all this pollination buzz (pun intended), then check out our latest posts for National Pollinator Month:
As always, if something you’ve read or seen in today’s crop photos galleries sparks curiosity or convinces you to buy from us, give our team a call!
Note: The yellow pollinator ribbon indicates the plant is pollinator friendly. This week, ALL photos have one, since all of these plants attract pollinators.