We've always got an eye on our plants to see which ones are attracting the most pollinators at a given time. Here's some standouts this week:
Einstein Clethra is a new version of a native shrub that works in full to partial sun & average to wet soils. The bees found these flowers the second they opened!
Sweet Almond Bush seems to never go out of style. If there are blooms on this plant, there are pollinators too. Plant this to attract beneficials all summer.
Canyon Creek Abelia is producing huge clusters of flowers right now that the honeybees and butterflies just love.