Fall Asters and Hardy Mums
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Most mums for sale aren’t native, but you can still make a good choice for pollinators.3. Reconsider mums. Mums are probably already for sale at local garden centers and in grocery store parking lots; they are desired for their fall color as well as for their ability to make stellar container plants. While most are bred hybrids from East Asia and aren’t of much use to wildlife like generalist bees and butterflies, some offer ecological benefits to pollinators. Look for pollen-producing and single-ray flowers, or those that look more like asters. These mums will add function as well as beauty to the fall garden.