- Colchester Mackey's
- Mackey's Delivery
- Mackey's Tree and Shrub Farm
- Willimantic Mackey's
- Woodstock Mackey's
- Black Eyed Susan
- Bush Clover
- Butterfly Bush
- Grape Holly
- Mountain Laurel
- Pussy Willow
- Seven-Son Flower
- St. John's Wort
- Trumpet Vine
- Virginia Creeper
- Witch Hazel
Attract pollinators to your garden.
Keep them coming back.
Increase your harvest.
These plants are attractive to our native pollinators such as native bees, honey bees, butterflies and hummingbirds. They provide essential nectar sources for your native pollinator populations, support garden production, and are low maintenance.
Make your yard a certified wildlife habitat all while creating beautiful landscaping!
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If you are familiar with Pieris yak. 'Prelude' , you're going to love this great selection! A true landscape gem, 'Cavatine' has the complete packa...View full details
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rispin' is a robust and versatile late-season Apple. Tree Features: Bloom Color: White Bloom Time: mid-Spring Mature Height: 8-10 ...View full details
Gravenstein is yellow and red stripped apple bearing tree that is draped in fragrant pure white flowers. Tree Features: Bloom C...View full details
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