Top 9 Plants That Attract Pollinators

Allium (Allium spp.)

Allium plants, related to edible onions, garlic, and leeks, boast globe-shaped flowers with tiny star-shaped florets. These flowers not only add aesthetic appeal to gardens

Anise Hyssop (Agastache foeniculum)

Anise Hyssop is characterized by its upright habit and purple or lavender flower spikes that bloom from early summer to early fall. 

Aster (Symphyotrichum spp.)

Asters, native to North America, feature cheerful daisy-like flowers that bloom from summer to fall. These flowers provide essential.

False Indigo (Baptisia spp.)

False Indigo produces tall spires of colorful pea-like flowers in spring, attracting bumble bees and native bees. Additionally.

Coneflower (Echinacea spp.)

oneflower's cone-shaped flowers come in various colors and are highly attractive to butterflies, including monarchs, fritillaries.

Columbine (Aquilegia spp.)

Columbine's long-spurred flowers attract hawkmoths and bees, offering them a rich source of nectar. Additionally, migratory.

Bee Balm (Monarda spp.)

With its whorls of red, purple, pink, or white tubular flowers, Bee Balm is a favorite among pollinators. From late spring to fall, these flowers attract bees, butterflies.

Blazing Star (Liatris spp.)

Blazing Star is characterized by its tall flower spikes, which provide nectar and pollen for bees, butterflies, and beneficial moths. The presence of this native plant.

Catmint (Nepeta spp.)

Catmint produces scented tubular blue flowers throughout late spring to fall, attracting a wide range of pollinators, including honey bees, native bees, butterflies.