10 Natives for Pollinators in Prairie-Style Gardens
Pollinators are in decline, but the right selection of plants can draw bees, butterflies, and humming birds to your yard in search of food and shelter
A prairie-style garden is just the thing to attract butterflies and bees. Pollinators appreciate the untamed nature of a prairie—or a meadow—especially where flowering perennials offer nectar. Some, like the monarch butterfly, find important sources of food and shelter for their larvae in these landscapes, even in winter. Here are 10 natives that encourage pollinators to visit your garden.