5 Easy To Grow
Pollinator Friendly Plants
for Your Garden

Learn to grow sweet alyssum, calendula, borage, sunflower and cosmos to bring in the pollinators and beneficial insects into your growing space.

Tips to make your garden a haven for beautiful pollinators- bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, lacewings, hoverflies and so many more. Download the freebie to learn tips on how to grow five pollinator-friendly flowers in your garden. We also include some research about each one of these flowers and what types of pollinators they attract.

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Choosing
Native Plants

Incorporating native plants and wildflowers into your garden helps bring native pollinators, native bees and other native insects back.

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Year-Round Blooming

Choose plants that bloom at different times throughout the year so that pollinators can feed and shelter in for year-round.

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Maximize
Pollen & Nectar

Borage for instance produces nectar every 2 minutes and is usually swarming with bees.

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Sneak Peek Video:

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Download:
5 Easy To Grow, Pollinator Friendly Plants, for Your Garden.