The beautiful new edition of The Pollinator Garden Planning Deck is now available at your favorite bookseller!

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

109 full-color cards, every plant beneficial to pollinators!

Now in its second printing — our new publisher has increased the card size a bit and added a beautiful hard gift box — our Pollinator Garden Planning deck features 105 wildflowers, shrubs, trees, and grasses (most are native perennials) whose nectar and pollen nurture a range of pollinators. Each card features a full-color photo of the flower and describes size, color, growing conditions, planting considerations, pollinators nourished, and special qualities.

Here’s what experts say about the deck...

“The Pollinator Garden Planning Deck takes the guesswork out of planning a pollinator garden. Choosing from over a hundred plant species, simply curate and arrange the colorful and informative cards to design a vibrant and thriving garden that attracts pollinators. Whether you're an experienced gardener or just starting out, this planning tool offers a fun and educational way to learn about plant-pollinator interactions and create a beautiful, sustainable habitat for these essential pollinating insects.”

Heather Holm

pollinator conservationist and award-winning author of Pollinators of Native Plants; Bees: An Identification and Native Plant Forage Guide; and Wasps: A Guide for Eastern North America

“These beautifully designed cards are a very useful resource for both learning and teaching about pollinator plants. Beginners and experts alike will get a lot of mileage out of this deck.”

Owen Wormser

landscape designer and author of Lawns into Meadows

“The Pollinator Garden Planning Deck is an invaluable tool for use by children and adults to learn about, plant, and enjoy a garden replete with pollinator-attracting blooms. The portable deck contains all the information needed to match plants to your growing conditions and create a beautiful and bountiful landscape.”

Dani Baker

author of The Home-Scale Forest Garden