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Plants for Pollinators Package - Attract Bees, Butterflies and Hummingbirds

Plants for Pollinators Package - Attract Bees, Butterflies and Hummingbirds

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Plants for Pollinators- Attract Bees, Butterflies and Hummingbirds

Hummingbird Sage

Salvia Spathacea Hummingbird Sage is a beautiful and fragrant plant that is perfect for any landscape.  Hummingbird Sage is a perennial with scented green foliage and dark red to neon-pink flowers that bloom from spring to summer. This plant prefers full to filtered sun exposure and is best grown in neutral to mildly alkaline, dry, loamy, sandy, well-drained soils. It has a spreading, upright habit and is excellent for beds, borders, and ground cover.

Centaurea Ragusina Dusty Miller

Centaurea loves sun and thrives in neutral to alkaline, stony, well-drained soils. Dusty Miller exhibits soft, velvety, white leaves forming broad rosettes resembling snowflakes and bright yellow thistle-like, fat flowers that bloom from late spring to mid-summer. Ideal for use in beds, borders, coastal landscapes, cottage landscapes, and rock landscapes, Dusty Miller grows in clumps up to 1-2 feet tall and butterflies are often attracted to their flowers.

Narrowleaf Milkweed 

Narrow-leaf milkweed is an attractive herbaceous perennial plant. It begins to grow in the spring and the stalks reach the full height of 2 to 4 feet tall in the summer. In late summer the plant blooms with nectar-rich white and pink flowers which are attractive to native bees and butterflies. Milkweed grows best in full sun to partial shade and needs access to groundwater. 

English Lavender 

This is the true English Lavender. Its midsummer flowers are a dusky blue violet, the buds gray violet, on spikes about 8″ long. Plants form rounded mounds of silvery gray foliage perhaps 3′ high and slightly wider, an elegant presence at mid-border or along a flagstone walk.Many gardeners grow Lavender for its fragrance, but the genus includes several excellent garden plants that should be more widely used for their midsummer beauty and resistance to heat and drought.

All plants are one gallon size.

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