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Bee Balm 

Black-eyed Susan

Blanket Flower

Butterfly Bush

Butterfly Weed

Catmint

Chives 

Common Heliotrope

Cosmos

Cranesbill

Crocus

Goldenrod

Joe-Pye Weed

Lavender

Purple Coneflower

Roses

Salvia

Snow Drops

Stone Crop

Sunflower

Plants For Attracting Pollinators

There are many plants that attract bees and other pollinators to your garden. 

Color and fragrance attract pollinators.  

Early bloomers are important for bees who have been running short of food over the winter as are late bloomers for building up stores for the next winter.  Of course, those with long blooming seasons will keep bees in continuous supply.  

Mass plantings provide better supply and will keep pollinators coming to the same area.

Native wild flowers will help the honey's allergy aiding properties and generally require less maintenance.