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Native, hand-collected perennial flower seeds • Pollinator plants for local pickup

Birds & Bees
Plant sunflowers for the birds that will come to your pollinator habitat
Pollinators need sources of nectar and pollen from early spring to fall
Plant “islands”
Plant in clusters to help bees conserve precious energy
Crucial for monarchs and loved by bees
Native Bees
Native bees need native plants
Humans can restore the monarch migration corridors
Create edges
Transition zones invite greater biodiversity
Different flower shapes support different pollinators
Share the bounty
When you feed the soil and the pollinators, you feed yourself, too
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