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6 Plants, 1 each of Eastern Bee Balm (Monarda bradburiana), Mountain Mint (Pycnanthemum muticum), Butterflyweed (Asclepias tuberosa), Wild Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea), Showy Goldenrod (Solidago speciosa), and Smooth Aster (Aster laevis).
We’ve joined forces with the Pollinator Partnership to offer plants grown on our farm with bee-friendly practices. Enhance your garden with valuable habitat and watch your garden come alive.
$6.00 from the sale of every collection goes directly to Pollinator Partnership for their important work to protect pollinators. Together we can make a difference!
Select Seeds has put together this carefully curated collection of top-value native perennials for Eastern and Midwestern pollinators, selected to create gardens with a full season of nectar and pollen rich blooms. Rated as high or very high in pollinator value by the Natural Resources Conservation Service (USDA) they create valuable wildscapes that nurture pollinators.
We use several symbols and abbreviations in our detailed product descriptions:
: especially fragrant
: great for containers
: great cut flower
: heat and/or drought tolerant
: attracts butterflies
: Honey Bee Favorite
: Native Flower
HA -- Hardy Annual.
Hardy annuals can stand some frost, so sow in the open ground well before the last spring frost date, or, in warm winter areas, sow in fall.
HHA -- Half-hardy Annual.
Half-hardy annuals will survive a very light frost but are planted in the open at the last spring frost date or a little later. They can also be started indoors 6-8 weeks before the last spring frost.
TA -- Tender Annuals.
Tender annuals are warm weather plants that cannot withstand any frost and prefer warm nights. Tender annuals with long weeks to bloom (16-18+) should be started indoors 8-10 weeks before the last spring frost.