Struggling pollinators like native bees, honey bees, butterflies, moths, and hummingbirds find these nectar-rich native plants highly attractive.

  • Arrowwood Viburnum (<em>Viburnum dentatum</em>)Quick View
  • Butterfly Weed (<em>Asclepias tuberosa</em>)Quick View
    • Butterfly Weed (<em>Asclepias tuberosa</em>)Quick View
    • Butterfly Weed (Asclepias tuberosa)

    • $4.00
    • Butterfly weed has striking bright orange blooms unique from the other Milkweed species. The blooms attract a variety of pollinators and are a favorite in many types of gardens. It is one of many native milkweed species that monarch butterfly larvae use as a source of food. The milkweed contains a toxic compound makes the butterfly unpalatable to predators  throughout…
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  • Common Ninebark (<em>Physocarpus opulifolius</em>)Quick View
    • Common Ninebark (<em>Physocarpus opulifolius</em>)Quick View
    • Common Ninebark (Physocarpus opulifolius)

    • $10.00
    • Older stems peel in many shades of brown giving the plant its namesake. It has beautiful white blossoms in June and its branches and foliage provide shelter and cover for many types of birds. Plants are currently being sold in quart-sized recycled plastic pots that were donated to our nursery by community members.
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  • Prairie Phlox (<em>Phlox pilosa</em>)Quick View
    • Prairie Phlox (<em>Phlox pilosa</em>)Quick View
    • Prairie Phlox (Phlox pilosa)

    • $4.00
    • Prairie Phlox can vary in color and may appear white, dark purple, or pink. The flower is a pollinator favorite, especially with butterflies. The flowers are often confused with Dame’s rocket, a non-native invasive plant. However, the two can be easily differentiated by the number of petals. Phlox has five petals and Dames Rocket has four. Plants are currently sold…
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  • Purple Coneflower (<em>Echinacea purpurea</em>)Quick View
    • Purple Coneflower (<em>Echinacea purpurea</em>)Quick View
    • Purple Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea)

    • $4.00
    • This classic coneflower is a pollinator favorite and a host plant for the lovely Ottoe Skipper. This amazing giving plant has a rich history in herbal medicine and is still widely used in pharmaceutical preparations today. Plants are currently provided 2" recycled plastic pots donated to our nursery by community members.
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