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

    Per Tray $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...
    Per Tray $108.54
  • Campanula carpatica Pearl White (72)

    Campanula

    Per Tray $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:...
    Per Tray $108.54
  • Veronica austriaca Venice Blue (72)

    Veronica

    Per Tray $131.22
    Unusually large, deep blue flowers in spring on short spreading clumps of toothy, bright-green leaves. Tray Size: 72 plants Common Name: Speedwell USDA Hardiness Zone: 5 - 9 Height at Maturity: 12 inches Flower Color: Blue Exposure: Full Sun
    Per Tray $131.22
  • Veronica spicata Royal Candles (72)

    Veronica

    Per Tray $143.37
    Spikes of violet-blue flowers bloom from spring into early summer. Easy to grow in a range of soils if the soil stays moist and has good drainage. Blooms in late spring to midsummer. Makes a good groundcover for a small area, and perks up rock gardens...
    Per Tray $143.37