Wet Site Pollinator Mix


Pollinator habitat is dwindling. Planting a pollinator meadow creates beneficial habitat for pollinators, and makes for a beautiful landscape. Native pollinator plants create a natural ecosystem where a variety of pollinators are able to forage and nest. In addition, native plants with strong, deep roots can improve water infiltration, store carbon, filter runoff from parking lots and roadways, and survive drought. Pollinator gardens are always bustling with movement and provide a learning environment as well. Throughout early spring, summer, and fall a pollinator meadow will be constantly changing. Grasses delicately move in the wind, vibrant colors shift from bloom to bloom, and a diverse assortment of native butterflies, bees, and birds flutter in and out of the landscape.  This makes for an exciting take on landscape design with low maintenance. Great for areas with moist or wet soils. 

14 lb. per acre.  $95 per lb.  *Mix design and pricing are subject to change without notice depending on the availability of current and future products. Changes to the mix will not affect its function.*


Scientific Name  Common Name % of Mix Oz. 
Elymus virginicus Virginia Wild Rye 15% 7.02
Helenium autumnale Common Sneezeweed 11% 0.15
Panicum virgatum Switchgrass 10% 0.7
Echinacea purpurea Purple Coneflower 8% 1.91
Rudbeckia hirta Black-Eyed Susan 8% 0.19
Symphyotrichum novi-belgii New York Aster 8% 0.12
Carex lurida Shallow Sedge 6% 0.58
Mimulus ringens Monkey Flower 5% 0.01
Heliposis helianthoides False Sunflower 4% 1.43
Juncus effusus Soft Rush 4% 0.01
Carex crinita Fringed Sedge 3% 0.14
Pycnanthemum virginianum Mountain Mint 3% 0.01
Schoenoplectus atrovirens Green Bulrush 3% 0.01
Verbena hastata Blue Vervain 3% 0.06
Asclepias incarnata Swamp Milkweed 2% 0.7
Lobelia siphilitica Blue Lobelia 2% 0.01
Penstemon digitalis Foxglove Beardtongue 2% 0.03
Hibiscus moscheutos Swamp-Rose Mallow 1% 0.52
Iris versicolor Blueflag Iris 1% 1.01
Kosteletzkya virginica Virginia Saltmarsh Mallow 1% 1.38

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