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Bee Friendly Perennial Flowers

Feed The Bees With Nectar-Filled Flowers

Bee-friendly gardens provide plenty of nectar throughout the entire gardening season, from spring to late fall. Colors look completely different through the eyes of a bee - they prefer white, yellow, and blue flowers, since these colors help them make a beeline to good sources of nectar. Bees seek nectar with a high concentration of sugar, and these flowers fit the bill perfectly. Plus, our plants are neonicotinoid-free, so your garden will be a safe habitat for these buzzing pollinators. If you grow vegetables, be sure to include bee-friendly plants in your garden to ensure good pollination and a bountiful harvest.

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  1. Black Eyed Susan Goldsturm, Rudbeckia with Monarch Butterfly

    'Goldsturm' Black Eyed Susan brings a burst of showy color to the full-sun garden. Golden yellow, daisy-like petals surround nectar-rich, brown center 'buttons' set atop deep green f...

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    Goldsturm Black Eyed Susan Black Eyed Susan Goldsturm Rudbeckia fulgida Goldsturm
    As low as $7.99
    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    'Goldsturm' Black Eyed Susan brings a burst of showy color to the full-sun garden. Golden yellow, daisy-like petals surround nectar-rich, brown center 'buttons' set atop deep green foliage. Unbothered by most pests, poor soils, drought and humidity, 'Goldsturm' is easygoing and the perfect addition to flower arrangements and pollinator gardens. Deer resistant and long-lasting. (Rudbeckia fulgida)
  2. Honeysuckle Vine Scentsation

    Add incredible fragrance and beauty to your trellises, arbors and buildings with European honeysuckle cultivar ‘Scentsation.’ Lemony-cream flower clusters appear on this deciduou...

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    Scentsation Honeysuckle Vine Honeysuckle Vine Scentsation P#16240 Lonicera periclymenum Scentsation PP#16240
    $26.65
    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    Add incredible fragrance and beauty to your trellises, arbors and buildings with European honeysuckle cultivar ‘Scentsation.’ Lemony-cream flower clusters appear on this deciduous deep-green vine throughout summer which then become scarlet fall berries. Not invasive. Pollinator and hummingbird magnet. Average sunny soils with good moisture retention are the right match for this award-winning climbing plant. (Lonicera periclymenum)
  3. Butterfly Weed Hello Yellow, Asclepias tuberosa

    'Hello Yellow' Butterfly Weed was developed from the native Butterfly Weed and has golden clusters of flowers. Typical of Butterfly Weed, 'Hello Yellow' has narrow green leaves that ...

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    Hello Yellow Butterfly Weed Butterfly Weed Hello Yellow Asclepias tuberosa Hello Yellow
    As low as $173.98
    Per Tray of 16
    'Hello Yellow' Butterfly Weed was developed from the native Butterfly Weed and has golden clusters of flowers. Typical of Butterfly Weed, 'Hello Yellow' has narrow green leaves that serve as an important food source for Monarch caterpillars. Many pollinators will be attracted to the flowers as they bloom from July through August. Drought tolerant and easy to grow in your sunny butterfly garden. (Asclepias tuberosa)
  4. Yellow Coreopsis Early Sunrise

    Cheerful Tickseed Early Sunrise is a beautiful double form of Coreopsis grandiflora, growing only to about two feet tall. (Coreopsis grandiflora)...

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    Early Sunrise Coreopsis Early Sunrise Tickseed Coreopsis grandiflora Early Sunrise
    $7.99
    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    Cheerful Tickseed Early Sunrise is a beautiful double form of Coreopsis grandiflora, growing only to about two feet tall. (Coreopsis grandiflora)
  5. Black Eyed Susan Prairie Sun close up yellow flowers

    Rudbeckia ‘Prairie Sun’ produces gorgeous daisy-like blooms from early-summer through frost. Large, 5-inch flowers bear overlapping rings of orange petals tipped in lemon-yellow ...

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    Prairie Sun Black Eyed Susan Prairie Sun Black Eyed Susan, Gloriosa Daisy Rudbeckia hirta Prairie Sun
    $7.99
    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    Rudbeckia ‘Prairie Sun’ produces gorgeous daisy-like blooms from early-summer through frost. Large, 5-inch flowers bear overlapping rings of orange petals tipped in lemon-yellow and surrounding a bright green eye. Flowers stand atop tall sturdy stems perfect for cutting and attract scores of butterflies. Low maintenance and deer resistant. (Rudbeckia hirta)
  6. Showy Goldenrod, Solidago speciosa with blazing star

    Among the most dramatic of all the Solidago species, Showy Goldenrod sports torch-like wands of brilliant ochre yellow flowers in mid to late summer. Goldenrods long-lasting blooms a...

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    Showy Goldenrod Showy Goldenrod Solidago speciosa
    As low as $13.32
    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    Among the most dramatic of all the Solidago species, Showy Goldenrod sports torch-like wands of brilliant ochre yellow flowers in mid to late summer. Goldenrods long-lasting blooms an abundance of pollen attracts bees and beneficial insects,making it ideal for pollinator gardens. This rugged, easy-to-grow native plant will naturalize to form a large swath to brighten your late-season landscape. (Solidago)
  7. Shasta Daisy, Leucanthemum superbum

    'Real Sunbeam' Shasta Daisy sets the stage for summer fun with large golden flowers. Cheerful yellow blooms perk up all of summer’s flowers, harmonizing and brightening the garden....

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    Real Sunbeam Shasta Daisy Shasta Daisy Leucanthemum superbum
    $9.32
    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    'Real Sunbeam' Shasta Daisy sets the stage for summer fun with large golden flowers. Cheerful yellow blooms perk up all of summer’s flowers, harmonizing and brightening the garden. 'Real Sunbeam’ is an easy-to-grow perennial blooming from early summer to early fall, attracting butterflies. (Leucanthemum superbum)
  8. Gaillardia Arizona Apricot plant with yellow and red flowers

    Arizona Apricot Blanket Flower’s large flowers of yellow-tipped petals deepening to lush apricot make it a perfect addition to a perennial bed or garden. Its compact size and non-s...

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    Arizona Apricot Gaillardia Arizona Apricot Blanket Flower Gaillardia aristata Arizona Apricot
    $7.32
    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    Arizona Apricot Blanket Flower’s large flowers of yellow-tipped petals deepening to lush apricot make it a perfect addition to a perennial bed or garden. Its compact size and non-stop blooms harmonize beautifully with the many purples of summer. Planted with Lavender, Salvia, or Catmint, this water-thrifty perennial is a perfect fit. (Gallardia)
  9. Sunstruck False Sunflower, Heliopsis helianthoides Sunstruck, photo courtesy of Walter's Garden Inc.

    Sunstruck Heliopsis, also called Oxeye Sunflower, is the embodiment of sunshine. Striking variegated foliage forms attractive clumps, and golden daisy-shaped flowers provide bright p...

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    Sunstruck Heliopsis Sunstruck False Sunflower PP#25524 Heliopsis helianthoides Sunstruck PP#25524
    $9.32
    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    Sunstruck Heliopsis, also called Oxeye Sunflower, is the embodiment of sunshine. Striking variegated foliage forms attractive clumps, and golden daisy-shaped flowers provide bright pops of summer color in the front of garden beds and flower pots. This compact native cultivar attracts butterflies, and provides food for birds and ground nesting bees. (Heliopsis helianthoides)
  10. Giant Black Eyed Susan or Great Coneflower, Rudbeckia maxima

    Bring the native beauty of the prairie to your garden beds with the dramatic Giant Black Eyed Susan. Low, gray-green foliage clusters send up tall stalks 4-6 feet tall topped with ye...

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    Giant Black Eyed Susan Giant Black Eyed Susan, Great Coneflower Rudbeckia maxima
    $13.32
    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    Bring the native beauty of the prairie to your garden beds with the dramatic Giant Black Eyed Susan. Low, gray-green foliage clusters send up tall stalks 4-6 feet tall topped with yellow coneflowers in early summer. Blooms are loved by finches and butterflies. A low-maintenance plant that excels in average and poor soils. Deer resistant. (Rudbeckia maxima)
  11. Common Sneezeweed, Helenium autumnale, photo courtesy of Mt. Cuba Center

    Standing tall in a meadow or garden bed, Helenium autumnale is a must-have for native plant enthusiasts. Joyfully arching toward the sun, flowers feature scalloped golden petals arou...

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    Helenium autumnale Common Sneezeweed Helenium autumnale
    $11.99
    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    Standing tall in a meadow or garden bed, Helenium autumnale is a must-have for native plant enthusiasts. Joyfully arching toward the sun, flowers feature scalloped golden petals around a button-like center. Tall stems are covered in dark green lanceolate leaves. With abundant late-season blooms, this native wildflower is a rich source of food for both native bees and honey bees preparing for autumn.
  12. Yarrow Little Moonshine PPAF, Achillea Little Moonshine

    'Little Moonshine' Yarrow is a bright burst of canary-yellow flowers that will bring cheer to your sunny garden. Little Moonshine is a petite beauty that is perfect for small garden...

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    Little Moonshine Yarrow Little Moonshine Yarrow (Patent Pending) Achillea Little Moonshine (Patent Pending)
    $7.98
    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    'Little Moonshine' Yarrow is a bright burst of canary-yellow flowers that will bring cheer to your sunny garden. Little Moonshine is a petite beauty that is perfect for small garden spaces and containers. Expect to enjoy these clusters of yellow blooms from spring until fall making this compact perennial a top performer. (Achillea)
  13. Sedum reflexum Angelina, Stonecrop

    Dwarf Stonecrop Angelina is an evergreen mat of needle-like foliage in chartreuse with tips turning reddish-orange in fall. Drought tolerant. PPAF (Sedum reflexum)...

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    Angelina Sedum Angelina Stonecrop (Patent Pending) Sedum rupestre Angelina (Patent Pending)
    As low as $7.99
    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    Dwarf Stonecrop Angelina is an evergreen mat of needle-like foliage in chartreuse with tips turning reddish-orange in fall. Drought tolerant. PPAF (Sedum reflexum)
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