Plants for Pollinators

Sedums and Hylotelephiums are perfect plants for pollinators.

Wild bees and other pollinators are in decline. One way gardeners can help is by planting garden flowers that provide forage for a wide variety of pollinating insects.

Using scientific evidence,  extensive experience and the records of gardeners and beekeepers, the RHS has selected a range of year-round flowering Plants for Pollinators to tackle the decline in pollinator numbers and Sedums always sit high on the list of useful plants.
SedumShack Sedums and Hylotelephiums are covered with flowers from Spring to Autumn …theres a plant for every month and a mixture is sure to keep these insects happy.
The RHS Perfect for Pollinators mark is only given to plants that support polinating insects such as Bees, Butterflies, Moths ,Hoverflies and many others that visit Sedum flowers to feed on their nectar or pollen. 

BEE KEEPERS love Sedums, planting them close to their hives. 

When Honey production is at its maximum – late Summer – the Sedums and Hylotelephiums provide a feast…

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