Pollinators

From butterflies and bees to hummingbirds and bats, we love our pollinators. They play an integral part of the food chain. If you are wanting to provide food for pollinators, take a look at what we have to offer.

Alfalfa

Alfalfa

Arrowleaf Clover - Inoculated

Arrowleaf Clover - Inoculated

Awnless Bushsunflower

Awnless Bushsunflower

Aztec Maximillian Sunflower

Aztec Maximillian Sunflower

Balli Prostrate Bundleflower

Balli Prostrate Bundleflower

Cowpeas

Cowpeas

Crimson Clover - Inoculated

Crimson Clover - Inoculated

Cuero Purple Prairie Clover

Cuero Purple Prairie Clover

Eldorado Englemann's Daisy

Eldorado Englemann's Daisy

Feed The B's Pollinator Mix

Feed The B's Pollinator Mix

Goliad Orange Zexmenia

Goliad Orange Zexmenia

Hairy Vetch

Hairy Vetch

Hubam Clover - Inoculated

Hubam Clover - Inoculated

King's Maximo Plus Forage Blend

King's Maximo Plus Forage Blend

King's Wildflower Mix

King's Wildflower Mix

Leucaena

Leucaena

Kinney False Rhodesgrass (Two-Flower Trichloris)

Kinney False Rhodesgrass (Two-Flower Trichloris)

Kleingrass

Kleingrass

La Salle Arizona Cottontop

La Salle Arizona Cottontop

Little Bluestem

Little Bluestem

Lablab Bean

Lablab Bean

Mariposa Zizotes Milkweed

Mariposa Zizotes Milkweed

Native Sunflower

Native Sunflower

Partridge Peas

Partridge Peas

Peredovik Sunflowers

Peredovik Sunflowers

Plateau Awnless Bushsunflower

Plateau Awnless Bushsunflower

'Purple Heart' Bluebonnets

'Purple Heart' Bluebonnets

'Texas Maroon' Bluebonnets

'Texas Maroon' Bluebonnets

Venado Awnless Bushsunflower

Venado Awnless Bushsunflower

Zapata Rio Grande Clammyweed

Zapata Rio Grande Clammyweed