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Flowers for the Bees


  • swam milkweed a.k.a. pink milkweed
  • new jersey tea redroot
  • common buttonbush a.k.a. button willow a.k.a. honey bells/balls
  • field thistle
  • bottle gentian a.k.a. blind gentian
  • spotted geranium a.k.a. wild geranium a.k.a. cranesbill
  • cardinal flower
  • wild bergamot a.k.a. BEEBALM
  • common ninebark a.k.a. atlantic ninebark
  • mountain mint a.k.a. common horsemint
  • virginia rose
  • coneflowers
  • pussy willow
  • goldenrod (ALL)
  • aster (ALL)
  • american basswood a.k.a. american linden a.k.a. BEE TREE
  • virginia spiderwort a.k.a. spider lily
  • highbush blueberry
  • verbena (ALL)
  • golden zizia a.k.a. golden alexanders
  • sedum a.k.a. stonecrop
  • sunflowers
  • lavender
  • hummingbird mint
  • cape fuchsia
  • yarrow
  • California lilac
  • bluebeard

Basically, if it flowers (and is non-GMO), it will help our friends. The bees, the hummingbirds, the butterflies, the birds… Just plant flowers instead of grass, please. Plant trees that flower, too, or shrubs. ANYTHING!

BRING THE FLOWERS, LEAVE THE PESTICIDES.


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