Attract Pollinators & Birds

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red milkweed with butterfly and pollinator

All native plants offer benefits to wildlife, but some are more important to pollinating insects than others. The plants highlighted here are especially important to a variety of bees and butterflies. A pollinator-friendly landscape has a succession of blooms from early summer to late fall, in order to provide continuous sources of nectar and pollen.

Pollinator Favorites
 
 
monarch on orange butterflyweed
Monarch Favorites
Milkweed and More!
 
goldfinch eating seeds in the garden
Bird Habitat
Create an irresistible environment for birds.
 
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