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Pollinator Power 6-Plant Collection (Part Shade) - Southeast

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Pollinator Power 6-Plant Collection (Part Shade) - Southeast

Regular Price
$68.00
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$68.00
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  • Multi-season bloom
  • Return each year
  • Free shipping

Grown non-GMO and free of harmful neonicotinoids for healthy pollinators and planet.

This collection includes six native perennial plants for part shade:

  • Narrow Leaved Sunflower (2)
  • Spotted Beebalm (2)
  • Blue Mistflower (2)

Grown sustainably just for your area, these plants:

  • Help birds, butterflies, and other important pollinators and wildlife
  • Bloom across three seasons and return each year
  • Never need chemicals and require less water once established 

 

This collection includes keystone plants and supports:

- 66 butterfly species
- 51 species of pollen specialist bees
- 96% of backyard birds that rely on these insects to feed their young
- Dozens of other pollinator species foraging for nectar

All purchases support National Wildlife Federation’s non-profit mission to help declining wildlife and expand native plant availability nationwide.

Our plants are grown regionally to thrive where you live and help local wildlife. Confirm availability for your area using the zip code checker near the add to cart button above.

Orders placed during an active shipping window will ship within 10 business days* of the order date.

*To ensure your plants arrive healthy, we may delay shipments to certain areas during times of extreme temperatures, natural disasters, or other conditions that will impact the plants during transit. Any delays will be clearly communicated.

See our Shipping Timeframes page for more detail.

When your order ships, you will receive an email from orders@gardenforwildlife.com with tracking information.

Your digital download containing garden design ideas and planting tips is sent by email immediately after purchase.

Also Includes: Garden design ideas and plant guidance from our pros.

Sizing: At the time of shipment, our native plants have a developed root mass and emerging foliage around 4-8” high. The 6-plant collection grows to fill a space up to about 4x6 feet; perfect for a small garden bed or patio containers.

Meet the Plants

Narrow Leaved Sunflower

Helianthus angustifolius

Grows to 3-8 Ft

Spread 1-3 Ft

Blooms October

Light Requirement: Sun, Part Shade

Soil Moisture: Wet, Moist, Well-Drained

Soil Description: Sand, Sandy Loam, Loam, Clay Loam, Clay

Attracts: Butterflies, Birds, Native Bees, including Pollen Specialist Bees

Deer Resistant: No

Spotted Beebalm

Monarda punctata

Grows to 1-4 Ft

Spread 1 Ft

Blooms April-August

Light Requirement: Sun, Part Shade

Soil Moisture: Medium, Well-Drained

Soil Description: Sandy

Attracts: Native Bees, including Pollen Specialist Bees, Butterflies, Birds, including Hummingbirds

Deer Resistant: Yes

Blue Mistflower

Conoclinium coelestinum

Grows to 1-3 Ft

Spread 2-3 Ft

Blooms July-November

Light Requirement: Sun, Part Shade

Soil Moisture: Moist, Well-Drained

Soil Description: Clay, Loam, Sand, Organic Material

Attracts: Butterflies, Native Bees, including Pollen Specialist Bees, Birds

Deer Resistant: Yes

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You’ll help birds, pollinators such as bees, butterflies, other insects, amphibians and small mammals, and reptiles.
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Your impact reaches far beyond your own garden. You’ll be creating habitat for declining wildlife, but also helping to reduce urban heat islands and manage storm water runoff.
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Bring nature home. There’s no easier place to get a daily dose of nature and the physical, mental and spiritual benefits.
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All orders support our non-profit mission to help declining wildlife and expand native plant availability nationwide.
butterfly icon
You’ll help birds, pollinators such as bees, butterflies, other insects, amphibians and small mammals, and reptiles.
glove icon
Your impact reaches far beyond your own garden. You’ll be creating habitat for declining wildlife, but also helping to reduce urban heat islands and manage storm water runoff.
house icon
Bring nature home. There’s no easier place to get a daily dose of nature and the physical, mental and spiritual benefits.
hand holding a plant icon
All orders support our non-profit mission to help declining wildlife and expand native plant availability nationwide.
butterfly icon
You’ll help birds, pollinators such as bees, butterflies, other insects, amphibians and small mammals, and reptiles.
globe icon
Your impact reaches far beyond your own garden. You’ll be creating habitat for declining wildlife, but also helping to reduce urban heat islands and manage storm water runoff.
house icon
Bring nature home. There’s no easier place to get a daily dose of nature and the physical, mental and spiritual benefits.
hand holding a plant icon
All orders support our non-profit mission to help declining wildlife and expand native plant availability nationwide.
butterfly icon
You’ll help birds, pollinators such as bees, butterflies, other insects, amphibians and small mammals, and reptiles.
globe icon
Your impact reaches far beyond your own garden. You’ll be creating habitat for declining wildlife, but also helping to reduce urban heat islands and manage storm water runoff.
house icon
Bring nature home. There’s no easier place to get a daily dose of nature and the physical, mental and spiritual benefits.
hand holding a plant icon
All orders support our non-profit mission to help declining wildlife and expand native plant availability nationwide.

Meet the Growers

When you buy a Garden for Wildlife™ Native Plant Collection, you're not just helping wildlife and the planet; you're also supporting the hard-working small businesses in your region who we've partnered with to grow our native plants. 

We select independent, regional growers who meet specific standards, including:

- Sustainable, chemical-free growing practices.

- Experience growing native, local ecotype plant species.

- The ability to grow and sort mass plugs/starter plants.

- The capacity to safely pack and ship plants to their new homes.

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AL
08/29/2022
Alan L.
United States United States
I recommend this product

They made it right.

Garden for Wildlife sent replacement plants after some of my original order arrived dead. The replacement plants are doing very well after only a few days in the ground.

08/30/2022

Garden for Wildlife by National Wildlife Federation

Thank you for sharing your experience and for planting with the purpose of helping wildlife!

SC
08/13/2022
Susan C.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Should have started sooner

The plants I received are all healthy and thriving. Unfortunately I waited too long to order and plant them as I have had no flowers this year for my bees. Hopefully the plants will survive the winter here and be ready to spring for the with flowers in the spring.

08/16/2022

Garden for Wildlife by National Wildlife Federation

Thank you for sharing your experience with your plants! We appreciate your support of our mission to help wildlife with native plants.

KK
07/29/2022
Keenan K.
United States United States
I recommend this product

more local

I really like the flowers, and I did confirm they're native to my area. However, I was disappointed to learn that they do not appear to have been grown locally; therefore, they are "less" native - not the local eco-type. I hope Florida growers can be recruited to participate in this program. Thanks.

08/02/2022

Garden for Wildlife by National Wildlife Federation

We are so glad to hear that you are enjoying your plants! We do currently have a grower in Florida - just double checked and your order was shipped from our grower there. If you have any additional questions about this, please don't hesitate to reach out to us at orders@gardenforwildlife.com

AS
07/27/2022
Anita S.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Excited for next year.

I am a novice gardener. I am very pleased about the research done, plant options and shipping. I have looked for native plant nurseries near me. They are either a good drive or shipping minimum is high for my pocket. Ordered late spring prior to a heat wave, so unfortunately 2 of the plants are struggling. Still pleased with my purchase. Excited to see blooms next year and order more (earlier of course).

07/28/2022

Garden for Wildlife by National Wildlife Federation

Thank you for sharing your experience! We are sorry to hear that some of your plants are struggling due to the recent heat. If there is anything we can do to help, please don't hesitate to reach out at orders@gardenforwildlife.com.

LC
07/22/2022
Laura C.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Mostly Great!

5 of my 6 plants are flourishing! While I'm still waiting on the sunflowers and the bee balm to flower, my one blue mist plant is flowering beautifully! However, one of them wasn't the healthiest when it arrived and sadly did not make it even when replanted. The others, however, were super healthy, and they had no issue taking to the clay-like soil of northwest Georgia. With consistent watering, they are standing up well to our 100+ degree days, and they are sure are growing! I am excited to see these plants continue to grow and to bring the pollinators a little extra love.

07/26/2022

Garden for Wildlife by National Wildlife Federation

Thank you so much for taking the time to share your experience. We are happy to hear that most of your plants are doing well! We are sorry to hear that one of your plants did not fare well. Please email us at orders@gardenforwildlife.com and we will try and help.