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Monarch Nectar Plants: California

This regional list of monarch nectar plants is geared toward gardeners, landscape designers, and land managers who are implementing small- to large-scale monarch restoration projects in California.

Recommended Plants: California Sierra Foothills Region

The plants on this list are recommended for use in pollinator habitat restoration and enhancement projects in agricultural landscapes on the California Sierra Foothills Region.

Monarch Butterfly Nectar Plant Lists for Conservation Plantings

Monarch Butterfly Nectar Plant Lists for Conservation Plantings is a helpful tool for ecological restoration, providing lists of plants known to support monarch adults and caterpillars.

Pollinator Plants: Southern Plains Region

This fact sheet features regionally native plants that are highly attractive to pollinators and are well-suited for small-scale plantings in gardens, urban greenspaces, and farm field borders, and on business and school campuses.

Pollinator Plants: Southeast Region

This fact sheet features regionally native plants that are highly attractive to pollinators and are well-suited for small-scale plantings in gardens, urban greenspaces, and farm field borders, and on business and school campuses.

Pollinator Plants: Northern Plains

This fact sheet features regionally native plants that are highly attractive to pollinators and are well-suited for small-scale plantings in gardens, urban greenspaces, and farm field borders, and on business and school campuses.

Pollinator Plants: Northeast Region

This fact sheet features regionally native plants that are highly attractive to pollinators and are well-suited for small-scale plantings in gardens, urban greenspaces, and farm field borders, and on business and school campuses.

Pollinator Plants: Midwest Region

This fact sheet features regionally native plants that are highly attractive to pollinators and are well-suited for small-scale plantings in gardens, urban greenspaces, and farm field borders, and on business and school campuses.

Pollinator Plants: Mid-Atlantic Region

This fact sheet features regionally native plants that are highly attractive to pollinators and are well-suited for small-scale plantings in gardens, urban greenspaces, and farm field borders, and on business and school campuses.

Pollinator Plants: Maritime Northwest Region

This fact sheet features regionally native plants that are highly attractive to pollinators and are well-suited for small-scale plantings in gardens, urban greenspaces, and farm field borders, and on business and school campuses.

Pollinator Plants: Great Lakes Region

This fact sheet features regionally native plants that are highly attractive to pollinators and are well-suited for small-scale plantings in gardens, urban greenspaces, and farm field borders, and on business and school campuses.

Pollinator Plants: Florida

This fact sheet features regionally native plants that are highly attractive to pollinators and are well-suited for small-scale plantings in gardens, urban greenspaces, and farm field borders, and on business and school campuses.

Pollinator Plants: California

This fact sheet features regionally native plants that are highly attractive to pollinators and are well-suited for small-scale plantings in gardens, urban greenspaces, and farm field borders, and on business and school campuses.

Monarch Nectar Plants: Northern Plains

This regional list of monarch nectar plants is geared toward gardeners, landscape designers, and land managers who are implementing small- to large-scale monarch restoration projects in North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, eastern Montana, and parts of Wyoming, Minnesota, Iowa, and northeast Colorado.

Monarch Nectar Plants: Great Lakes

This regional list of monarch nectar plants is geared toward gardeners, landscape designers, and land managers who are implementing small- to large-scale monarch restoration projects in eastern Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, northern Pennsylvania, and most of western and central New York.

Monarch Nectar Plants: Southwest

This regional list of monarch nectar plants is geared toward gardeners, landscape designers, and land managers who are implementing small- to large-scale monarch restoration projects in Arizona and New Mexico, as well as sections of California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, and Texas.

Monarch Nectar Plants: Southern Plains

This regional list of monarch nectar plants is geared toward gardeners, landscape designers, and land managers who are implementing small- to large-scale monarch restoration projects in Oklahoma, Kansas, and Arkansas, as well as most of Texas and eastern Colorado.

Monarch Nectar Plants: Southeast

This regional list of monarch nectar plants is geared toward gardeners, landscape designers, and land managers who are implementing small- to large-scale monarch restoration projects in Kentucky, Tennessee, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina.

Monarch Nectar Plants: Rocky Mountains

This regional list of monarch nectar plants is geared toward gardeners, landscape designers, and land managers who are implementing small- to large-scale monarch restoration projects in Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico.

Monarch Nectar Plants: Northeast

This regional list of monarch nectar plants is geared toward gardeners, landscape designers, and land managers who are implementing small- to large-scale monarch restoration projects in the New England states of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut, as well as eastern New York.

Monarch Nectar Plants: Midwest

This regional list of monarch nectar plants is geared toward gardeners, landscape designers, and land managers who are implementing small- to large-scale monarch restoration projects in Iowa, Missouri, Illinois, and Indiana.

Monarch Nectar Plants: Mid-Atlantic

This regional list of monarch nectar plants is geared toward gardeners, landscape designers, and land managers who are implementing small- to large-scale monarch restoration projects in North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and New Jersey, as well as southeast Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia.

Monarch Nectar Plants: Maritime Northwest

This regional list of monarch nectar plants is geared toward gardeners, landscape designers, and land managers who are implementing small- to large-scale monarch restoration projects in coastline and coastal ranges of Washington, Oregon, and northern California; the the Cascade mountains to the east; and the Puget Trough and Willamette Valley in between.

Monarch Nectar Plants: Inland Northwest

This regional list of monarch nectar plants is geared toward gardeners, landscape designers, and land managers who are implementing small- to large-scale monarch restoration projects in eastern Oregon and Washington into parts of western Idaho and northern Nevada.

Monarch Nectar Plants: Great Basin

This regional list of monarch nectar plants is geared toward gardeners, landscape designers, and land managers who are implementing small- to large-scale monarch restoration projects in Nevada, part of Utah, and small sections of the surrounding states of Oregon, Idaho, and California.

Monarch Nectar Plants: Florida

This regional list of monarch nectar plants is geared toward gardeners, landscape designers, and land managers who are implementing small- to large-scale monarch restoration projects in Florida.

Recommended Plants: California Southern Coast Region

The plants on this list are recommended for use in pollinator habitat restoration and enhancement projects in agricultural landscapes in the California Southern Coast Region.

Recommended Plants: California Central Valley Region

The plants on this list are recommended for use in pollinator habitat restoration and enhancement projects in agricultural landscapes in the California Central Valley Region.

Recommended Plants: California Central Coast Region

The plants on this list are recommended for use in pollinator habitat restoration and enhancement projects in agricultural landscapes in the California Central Coast Region.

Delaware Native Plants for Native Bees

39 species of plants native to Delaware that provide pollen, nectar, and, in some cases, nesting sites to native bees.