Posts Tagged ‘pollinator attractant’

I am going to keep pressing on this.  The drought will persist, it appears.  Today, we are getting a few sprinkles here in Seattle, but I’m sure it will NOT be a deluge at any time soon!  So, here’s a site to visit.  It’s at the University of Vermont Extension Service, which has a wonderful reputation for helping gardeners with their perennials, etc.  Dr. Perry, who put this page together, is fabulous.  When I lived in New Hampshire, he was kind of my “Gardening Guru”.  Incredibly knowledgeable!

Even though this is intended for New England, these plants all grow quite well here, and the list is a good one!-1

One of the perennials listed is rudbeckia.   Here is a description of this bright, cheery, pollinator attractant and drought resistant plant.

I know many of you are concerned about our pollinators, as well as the drought.  This hardy plant answers on both counts!


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