Take a peek inside our members-only magazine, The American Gardener, and learn how to grow a butterfly garden or other pollinator habitat. We’ll show you how to choose and grow plants that attract butterflies and bees, to increase the pollination in your own neighborhood, and support pollinators as they travel. Don’t forget to help build on the National Pollinator Garden Network’s Million Pollinator Garden Movement.
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Make a Difference for Pollinators
Create a Butterfly Garden
Grow flowers that attract butterflies and support their life cycle. Boost the pollination of your own garden when these pollinators visit.
Plight of the Monarch Butterfly
Learn more about the life of the monarch butterfly and efforts to preserve or enhance a habitat benefiting monarchs and other pollinators.
Gardening for Native Bees
North America’s native bees are under threat. Support native bees with helpful garden design, plus native plants, in a pesticide-free yard.
Milkweed Plants for a Butterfly Garden
Choose the varieties of milkweed plant native to your part of North America to offer just the right food for butterflies in your area.
Growing Wildlife Habitat Hedgerows
Attract and sustain beneficial wildlife in your garden with a versatile hedgerow composed of plants that provide food and cover year round.