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WNY Pollinator Plant Table - Wild Ones Niagara

WNY Pollinator Plant Table - Wild Ones Niagara

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AnnualsNon NativePerennialsWNY NativeNasurtium Coreopsis spp -tickseedSedumCampsisradicans –trumpet creeperSalvia (red, blue) Chelone –turtlehead(Crescent andCheckerspothost)Snapdragons(Painted ladies,Red Admirals,Buckeye host)YarrowErigeron spp –daisy fleabanesErythroniumamericanum –yellow trout lilyPerennialsNon WNYNativeHeleniumautumnalesneezeweedcommon,swamp,showy,common,swamp,showy,HeucheraAmericana -alumrootShrubsWNY NativeSumacRubusallegheniensis –Wildblackberry,raspberryLavender Sambucus –Red ElderberryBearberry(Hairstreakhost)Liatraisspicata –blazing starViburnum spp:mapleleaf,hobblebush,withered,arrowwood,AmericanCranberrybush,(Spring Azurehost)Vaccinium spp:Blueberry – low& highbush,cranberry,deerberry,(Hairstreakhost)TreesWNY NativePoplars(Viceroy andRed-spottedPurple host)TiliaAmericana(Basswood)(Querus)Oaks(Admiral,Hairstreakhost)Sassafras(Spicebushswallowtailhost)Butternuts(Hairstreak,SpicebushswallowtailTrees &ShrubsNon WNYNativeWeigeliaNew JerseryTea (SpringAzure hostMagnolia -DillEupatorium spp:joe pye weed,sweet joe-pye,spotted joe-pye,bonesetCalendula Gentiana spp -gentiansNemophilamenziesii,baby blueeyesPenstemonspp –beardtongueHackberry -Celtisoccidentalis(Angelwings,Tortoiseshells,Snout andHackberryhost)Willows black,pussy,(SylvanHairstreak,Viceroy andRed-spotted2

purple host)AnnualsNon NativePerennialsWNY NativePerennialsNon WNYNativeHeliotrope Ironweed Polemoniumreptans –JacobsLadderTagetes erecta(Americanmarigold)VerbenaHelianthus spp -sunflowersLobelia spp greatblue, cardinalflowerZinnia elegans Mertensiavirginica –Virginia bluebellsScarlet Penstemon Monarda spp -beebalm: didyma(scarlet), fistulosa(wild)LantanaParsley (BlackSwallowtail host)Pussytoes(PaintedLadies, RedAdmiral,Buckeye host)Lupines(Blues host)CutleafconeflowerShrubsWNY NativeTreesWNY NativeHawthorn –Crataegus(GrayHairstreakhost)Prunuspennsylvanica-Black Cherry(Admiral,Blues host)Sassafras(Spicebushswallowtailhost)Salix –Willows(catkins)Tilia –basswood,Am. LindenRose Tulip Tree –Liriodendrontulipifera(Tigerswallowtail host)Sweet alyssum Phlox spp. Red Cedar –Juniperusvirginianda(Olivehairstreakhost)Rudbeckia –black-eyedSusans,Solidago sppgoldenrodPackera spp -ragwortsTiarella cordifolia- foamflowerTrillum sppTradescantiavirginiana -spiderwortsCleft phloxNodding wakerobinTrees &ShrubsNon WNYNative3

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