|Bumble visiting Echinacea tennesseensis
|Campanulastrum americanum, I hope to see the pollinators now that it's blooming
My hope is that photos of C and L's wildflowers and the stories of my journey will spark your interest in native plants and gardening with wildlife in mind.
Without further ado~Here are a few native plants that I captured with a pollinator or two.
Working the Hydrangea arborescens 'Ryan Gainey'
Snuggling up to Agastache
Eying the cone on Echinacea
(possibly a hybrid of R laciniata and R nitida)
Sipping on Stokesia
Boogying with Blanket Flower
Making merry with the Monarda
Bee clip art (here)
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