Wildflowers For Attracting Pollinators

Wildflowers For Attracting Pollinators

Attract and support pollinators by planting vital wildflowers

Many gardeners are enthusiastically doing their part to support declining pollinator populations by planting nectar-rich wildflowers and host plants, in efforts to provide food and habitat. You can help feed your favorite butterflies, bees, hummingbirds and more by choosing to plant varieties attractive to pollinators. From our popular Pollinator Habitat Collection to our Monarch Perennial Seed Collection and our exclusive Regional Pollinator Mixtures, we make it easy to do good through gardening. All the seed we carry at American Meadows is Non-GMO, Neonicotinoid-Free and Guaranteed to Grow!

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  1. Purple Wild Petunia Seeds, Ruellia humilis, Wild Petunia

    Lovely, lavender blooms are funnel-shaped and bring colorful elegance to the summer garden. Wild Petunias drop their seed and spread quickly, returning year after year. Perennial....

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    Wild Petunia Seeds Wild Petunia Ruellia humilis
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    Lovely, lavender blooms are funnel-shaped and bring colorful elegance to the summer garden. Wild Petunias drop their seed and spread quickly, returning year after year. Perennial.
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  2. Penstemon digitalis Seeds, Foxglove Beardtongue

    Foxglove Beardtongue is a pollinator magnet, attracting a wide variety of bees to the early summer garden, including honeybees, mason bees, bumblebees and even hummingbirds and butte...

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    Penstemon digitalis Seeds Foxglove Beardtongue Penstemon digitalis
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    Foxglove Beardtongue is a pollinator magnet, attracting a wide variety of bees to the early summer garden, including honeybees, mason bees, bumblebees and even hummingbirds and butterflies. This native wildflower is extremely easy to grow, thriving in full sun to partial shade. Each stalk produces multiple white blooms in late spring to early summer. Deer resistant and easy to naturalize. (Perennial)
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