Keep pollinators active to help your other plants grow.
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Biodiversity is one of the central tenets of organic gardening. By planting flowers and herbs to attract pollinators, your garden benefits from a more active insect community. This results in better pollination of vegetables, fewer pests, and healthier plants and soil.

Attract Pollinators with Beautiful Blooms

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Cherry Queen Zinnia

Stunning red flowers that are particularly attractive to butterflies.

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Velvet Queen Sunflower

Early flowering variety attracts a range of beneficial insects to pollinate your garden.

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Single Orange Calendula

Edible, tangy petals with nectar that's loved by ladybugs, bees, and butterflies.

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California Giants Mix

Bushy plant carries many flowers in multiple colours, attracting plenty of pollinators.

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Dr. Bonnie Henry Pollinator Blend

Specifically designed to attract pollinators to spring and summer gardens, this mix of stunning Cosmos flowers is easy to grow in almost any garden. With 100% of sales donated to Food Banks Canada, over $150,000 has been raised to support families in need. Direct sow in the spring or start indoors soon.

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Arrowsmith Naturalists' Pollinator Plant Project

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Learn about this group's work planting oceanside pollinator-friendly gardens in our Community Spotlight article.

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Edible Plants that Benefit Pollinators

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Wild Bergamot

Aromatic leaves attract hummingbirds and are excellent in tea blends.

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Borage Seeds

Large, fuzzy, cucumber-scented leaves bring bees to the garden all season long.

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Empress of India

Nasturtium produces sweet nectar attracting pollinators, and edible crimson flowers.

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