Best pollinator plants for Georgia to transition from summer to fall

These plants not only attract our attention with their beauty, but they also attract all the pollinators. These plants grow well in Georgia’s ever-changing climate and are perfect for pollinators. This list contains a mix of herbs, perennials, annuals, and natives. Save the bees by planting these beauties in your garden or yard!

 

Beebalm
Beebalm

Black Eyed Susan
Black Eyed Susan

Wheat Celosia
Wheat Celosia

Eastern Purple Coneflower
Eastern Purple Coneflower

Sunflower
Sunflower

Zinnia
Zinnia

Catmint

Mountain Mint

Cosmos

Mountain Mint

Hardy Lantana

Elderberry

 

By: Meghan Lindstrom

Meghan interned with Keep Smyrna Beautiful during the summer of 2019. She studies Mass Communication and English at Georgia College, while staying heavily involved in Greek life on campus as a Phi Mu. Meghan tries to keep her community green and clean by staying actively sustainable in her daily life. Her favorite ways to do this are utilizing reusable straws and shopping bags, as well as reusing containers for storage. Follow her in her sustainability journey to learn new tips and tricks on how to make the place we live in flourish once again.

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