Proceeds from seeds support campaigns like the Butterflyway Project — creating highways of habitat for bees and butterflies through neighbourhoods across Canada.
Lanceleaf coreopsis A drought-tolerant perennial native to eastern North America. Nectar attracts pollinators. Grows to 90 centimetres.
Mountain mint Perennial native to Ontario and New Brunswick. Hardy to Zone 3. Attracts beneficial insects. Blooms July through September. Grows to 90 centimetres.
Bee balm Also known as wild bergamot. Highly attractive to pollinators. Flowers vary from pink to lavender. Grows to 60-90 centimetres.
Nodding onion Deer-resistant perennial. Provides food for short-tongued bees. Grows in sun or partial shade. Great for containers.
Black-eyed Susan An annual used by Indigenous Peoples for medicinal purposes. Flowers are five to eight centimetres wide. Attractive to butterflies.