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Pollinator Gardening

Eryngium Gigantium, Miss Willmott's Ghost
Eryngium Gigantium, Miss Willmott’s Ghost

Plant a garden for you and the pollinators. Click here for our Pollinator List.

“We were very fortunate (and lucky!) to have a Monarch butterfly visit our milkweed patch. We plant them for the beautiful native butterflies and other pollinators in our garden. This morning in the garden, we saw that the eggs have hatched into larvae. Now, we are hoping to see the larvae stages through to chrysalis and butterfly.”

Monarch larvae on Asclepias Speciosa
Monarch larvae on Asclepias Speciosa

September – 2016

Lori Vollmer – Garden Fever!

Corylopsis, Winter Hazel and Ribes sanguineum, Flowering Currant, are beautiful spring bloomers for early pollinators.

When planting for pollinators, think about plants that will be in bloom late winter, early spring, summer, and fall. Native plants and their relatives are a good place to start. Pollinators survive best in gardens that are cared for with organic and sustainable methods. For more information on pollinators, click on this link to the Xerces Society.

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Join the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge. Plant with pollinators in mind.

Pollinator Plant List

Garden Fever Pollinator Plant List
Garden Fever Pollinator Plant List

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