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Although widespread use of neonicotinoid insecticides is at least partly to blame for the declining bee and butterfly populations, loss of habitat is the most serious issue for virtually every declining species on the planet. The good news is that we can all be part of the solution for our pollinators by simply adding native plants to our landscapes. There are numerous online sites that sell “wildflower” seeds that are purported to help pollinators.

Unfortunately most of these wildflowers are not native, and some are even invasive (like baby’s breath). Along with our partner, Michigan Wildflowers Farm, we have created a Pollinator Packet of wildflower seeds native to the Great Lakes area. Planting instructions are on the back of the packet.

The enclosed seeds will cover a 60 square foot area. These seeds should be used ONLY in Great Lakes States. The packets are $9.95 each and postage is included in the U.S.A.


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