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Bee's Friend

Phacelia tanacetifolia

- Annual
- Lavender flowers
- 2 feet tall
- Full sun
- Blooming period: Blooms all summer
Bee’s Friend (or Lacy Phacelia) produces a beautiful lavender-colored flowers in the warm seasons. They attract bees and other pollinators for miles. Bee’s Friend grows curved flower spikes which get to about two feet tall and have split and curling tendrils loaded with blooms. Bee’s Friend is a great for bringing pollinators to a garden.

Lemon Bee Balm

Monarda citriodora

- Biannual
- Lavender to pink flower heads on an elongated spike
- 1 to 2 feet tall
- Full sun and partial shade
- Blooming period: May - July
Lemon beebalm is an aromatic plant that is part of the mint family. Bees and butterflies are attracted to this plant.

Mexican Sunflower

Tithonia diversifolia

- Annual
- Bright orange flowers
- 4 to 8 feet tall forming shrub-like plant
- Full sun
- Blooms late July until frost
A must for all perennial gardens, Karen's favorite! The numerous daisy-like flowerheads are arranged in small groups at the ends of the leafy branches, on tall stalks. A row of plants will form a dense screen or a colorful backdrop to your garden. A magnet for bees and butterflies. Attracts bees, butterflies, hummingbirds and birds and is deer resistant.


Papaver rhoeas L.

- Annual (self-sows)
- Vibrant red
- 2 to 3 feet tall
- Full sun
- Blooming period: Early Spring - May
Deer resistant. This delicate flower is a symbol of the American Legion.



- Annual
- Variety of colors
- 3 to 4 feet tall
- Full sun
- Blooming period: June - October
Deer resistant. They come in a wide variety of flower shapes with stars, daisies, spider, buttons, domes. Within those shapes there are singles, semi-doubles and doubles.