Collection, Pollinator

$17.89
SKU: 1637

Each collection contains one packet of the following:

  • Bee's Friend
  • Evening Sun Sunflower
  • Purple Coneflower
  • Lemon Mint
  • Valentine Sunflower
  • Butterflyweed

Grow these seeds yourself to attract pollinators, birds, and butterflies to your garden. All varieties will grow well in most regions of the United States.



We reserve the right to substitute seed varieties in all collections in case of shortages.
$17.89

Bee's Friend

Can be used to attract bees to your garden. “Bienen-freund” in German translates as “bee’s friend.” Subtle lavender-blue flowers with curved spikes that are absolutely covered by many different species of bees. Excellent results when used as an annual cover crop. Annual, 12-24" tall.

Evening Sun Sunflower

Large flowers in shades of orange, red, and burgundy. Very dark center. Multiple heads and an extended bloom period make this a great variety for cutting. Plants grow 6-8' tall. Annual, 75 days.

Purple Coneflower

Purple flower bracts are highly attractive to bees and butterflies! The leaves are aromatic and citrus-flavored. Crush or rub the leaves and enjoy its distinctive citrus or lemony scent. Use leaves for flavoring in salads, cooked foods, and for tea. Plants grow to 24-30 inches tall. Self-seeding annual.

Lemon Mint

Purple flower bracts are highly attractive to bees and butterflies! The leaves are aromatic and citrus-flavored. Crush or rub the leaves and enjoy its distinctive citrus or lemony scent. Use leaves for flavoring in salads, cooked foods, and for tea. Plants grow to 24-30 inches tall. Self-seeding annual.

Valentine Sunflower

Bred by Dr. Kovács of Budapest, Hungary. Beautiful soft primrose-yellow petals with rounded tips, dark brown central disk. Plants grow 5' tall; many side branches produce 5-6" flowers. Cut flowers can last 7-10 days. For longer lasting bouquets of flowers, be sure to pick heads that are just about to open. Annual, 70 days.

Butterflyweed

(Asclepias tuberosa) This showy native wildflower does well in poor, dry soils and blooms from June through August, providing long-lasting color in your garden. The flowers are an important nectar source for Monarchs, and the leaves provide essential food for caterpillars. Perennial and hardy to zone 4.