Posted by: Sandy Steinman | September 4, 2021

Plant the Native Plants that Support the Most Wildlife

from the National Wildlife Federation

Check out our new Eco Region Keystone Host Plant Lists from Dr. Doug Tallamy and pollinator conservationist, Jarrod Fowler. These native plants are critical to the food web as they support higher numbers of wildlife species completing their life cycle. Without keystone plants in the landscape, butterflies, native bees, and birds will not thrive.
Find your state on the eco region map and click on the list of the best native plants for butterflies, moths, and pollen specialist bees in your area.


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