Pollinators

Pollinators

The key to attracting butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds to your garden is to offer a steady supply of nutritious, delicious foods throughout the entire growing season. The varieties you see here should be considered essential elements of any successful pollinator garden.

  • Campanula carpatica Pearl Deep Blue (72)

    Campanula

    Price $108.54
    Improved form with larger flowers. Low cushions of small green toothy leaves, covered in early summer with open, upward-facing bells. Flowers for weeks if dead-headed. Great for container or border. Tray Size: 72 plants Common Name: Bellflower USDA...
    Price $108.54
  • Campanula carpatica Pearl White (72)

    Campanula

    Price $108.54
    Improved form with larger flowers. Low cushions of small green toothy leaves, covered in early summer with open, upward-facing white bell-shaped flowers. Flowers for weeks if dead-headed. Great for container or border. Tray Size: 72 plants Common Name:...
    Price $108.54
  • Phlox divaricata Blue Moon (72)

    Phlox

    Price $113.40
    Discovered at the England Wild Flower Society, in Framingham, Massachusetts. Broad, overlapping petals of a pretty, deep violet blue. Fragrant and steadily spreading. Tray Size: 72 plants Common Name: Woodland phlox USDA Hardiness Zone: 4 - 9 Height at...
    Price $113.40
  • Phlox paniculata Fashionably Early Flamingo (3)

    Phlox

    Price $9.99
    A refreshing update on the “backbone” tall garden phlox. Hybridized by Hans Hansen for compact growth, mildew resistant leathery foliage, and most notably, fragrant flowers in unique colors that bloom up to three weeks earlier than the familiar P...
    Price $9.99