7 Native Plants To Add To Your Yard

Lavender: This fragrant herb attracts pollinators like bees and butterflies while repelling pests.

Milkweed: A crucial host plant for monarch butterflies, milkweed provides nectar for adult butterflies and serves as a nursery for their larvae.

Eastern Redbud: Known for its stunning pink or purple blossoms in early spring, the Eastern Redbud adds beauty to any landscape.

Black-Eyed Susan: With its cheerful yellow petals and dark centers, the Black-Eyed Susan brightens up gardens and attracts a myriad of beneficial insects.

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Switchgrass: This versatile native grass offers both aesthetic and practical benefits. Its graceful, feathery plumes add texture to the landscape.

Wild Bergamot: Also known as bee balm, this aromatic perennial produces clusters of lavender flowers that are irresistible to bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds.

Serviceberry: Sometimes called Juneberry or Saskatoon, the serviceberry produces delicate white flowers in spring followed by tasty berries in early summer.

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