Tue, Jun 4, 2024 – Fri, Jun 21, 2024 All Day

Summer Pollinator Plant Sale

ONLINE ONLY! Wisconsin is home to over 400 species of wild bees, and more than 120 species of butterflies. As the moon rises, over 1,500 species of moths awaken, ensuring round the clock pollination and these are just the more well-known pollinators! These tiny superheroes pollinate over one-third of our food, making their health and survival a critical component of earth’s ecosystem. Every little bit helps – don’t have space to dig in the dirt – create a pollinator focused container for your patio! Olbrich’s Pollinator Plant Sales offer a variety of perennials with plentiful amounts of nectar and pollen, making them very appealing to pollinator insects! Plant pickup is June 26.


$6-$24, depending on size

Online sale begins June 4 at 10 a.m.

Shop the Sale Here

Buzz Words

Native Plant

A flower, grass, tree or any other plant that occurs naturally in a particular region, state, ecosystem, and habitat without direct or indirect human actions.

Olbrich Sown

Plants grown from seeds collected at Olbrich Botanical Gardens.

Host Plants

Plants that meet the specific dietary requirements of these caterpillars are called larval host plants. Some butterflies and moths require specific host plant to survive, like monarchs and milkweed.