The state flower of New Jersey, Common Blue Violets adorn our yards in early spring, providing an important food source for emerging bees.
One of the showiest of our many native goldenrods; it blooms late summer to fall and provides an important nectar source for pollinators.
Pink, heart-shaped flowers dangle on outstretched stems, anchored within a rosette of deeply-cut, fern-like, silver-green leaves.
Each delicate looking flower has 5 odorless, white, fringed petals; mainly pollinated by moths.
Maple-leaf-shaped foliage surround purple, fragrant, rose-like flowers that bloom profusely all summer long.
Loosely clustered light blue, bell-shaped, 5-petaled flowers bloom in mid to late spring above a mound of textured green leaves.
Pussy Willow has attractive early spring blooming “furry” flowers resembling a tiny cat’s paw.
Clump forming perennial with grass-like leaves and small purple flowers that are attractive to bees, hummingbirds and other pollinators.
Tiny densely clustered pink flowers attract bees, butterflies and other pollinators. Host plant for numerous butterfly and moth caterpillars.
Spike-like flowers bloom in late summer to early autumn; seedheads resemble a bottle brush and offer interesting texture in the garden.