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Plants arrived promptly, well packed and vigorous.Judy from MA
I just received my shrubs and they are great looking plants. Thanks for the extra care that was taken in packaging them up. They are very large plants. My expectations were exceeded for sure. You can count on me being a return customer. (Copper Ridge Viburnum)Stacey from MI
I’ve bought a few plants through Grimm’s Garden and each time I have had great experiences with them. Top notch quality plants at a reasonable price. As a consumer I cant ask for more, highly recomended. Thank you.Frank In VA
“Can’t wait to see it grow and bloom. Thanks for the fast shipping.” (Old Fashioned Bleeding Heart)Ginger In CA
Just as described, awesome packaging and instructions to boot.Mary In FL
This tree is the center piece in a memorial for a little princess that almost made it, but was too precious to be a part of this world. It was extremely important I got a healthy plant with a guarantee and Grimm’s delivered that piece of mind and satisfaction to me. Someone took extra care and put love into growing this lilac. It it about 2.5 feet tall, thick and as bushy as a little plant can be. Would buy over and over.Rhonda from VT
Prompt shipping, and product as described. Thanks!!Mike In AZ
Thank you so much for the awesome plant! (Butterfly Milkweed)Rene In OR
My order was delivered very quickly. I got my order 5 days sooner then they told me.Rebecca In TX
“Love my new plant – very healthy!” (Dianthus Firewitch)Dawn In TX
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Pollinator Friendly Plants
What is pollinator friendly? Plants that provide shelter, nectar, and food for pollinators can be viewed as such. Any plant can be a friend to a pollinator, but some are just better than others. Pollinator friendly plants provide the best sources for nectar, pollen and larva food possible among different plants available in the United States. These plants are often the longest bloomers, have the showiest flowers, and provide habitat for more than one pollinator.
What is a pollinator then? A pollinator is defined as any animal that can move pollen from flower to flower whether it is feeding, collecting pollen, or mating. The most commonly recognized pollinators are bees, butterflies, and moths. Butterflies are easily the most appreciated pollinators, known for their bright colors and the way they dance in the light. There are many species of butterflies and many pollinator friendly plants are hosts for the butterfly larvae (milkweeds for Monarchs as an example). Moths are not as appreciated, but they too provide pollination services for many plants. Among the bees commonly found in North America, honeybees are the ones most well-known. However, there are some 4,000 species of native bees that pollinate plants.
There are also a plethora of other pollinators that can be found in North America. Wasps, beetles, bugs, flies, and hummingbirds are listed as pollinators for many species of plants. Finding plants that provide nectar and pollen for these diverse populations is easy enough, just look for the Pollinator Friendly Plant near the description of the plant.
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