Pollinator species such as birds, bees, moths, butterflies and other insects play a vital role to wildlife habitats. Pollinator species aid in plant reproduction and production of over 75% of fruits, berries, acorns, and agricultural crops. Attracting more pollinator species to your land will help increase mast yields. These invertebrates also serve as a high protein food source for many upland birds. In addition seeds produced by pollinator species are consumed by quail and assortment of other songbirds. Various government programs include pollinator species for habitat improvement projects so be sure to check with your local NRCS (Natural Resource Conservation Service) office for cost share details.
Bloom Time: Spring – Fall
1/2 Acre, 1 Acre, and 5 Acre Sizes Available!
Contains 22 varieties of native wildflower and grasses:
Pollinator Mix – PLS Weights
Pollinator Mix – Approximate Bulk Weights
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