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Special Value to Bumble Bees

Recognized by pollination ecologists as attracting large numbers of bumble bees. This information was provided by the Pollinator Program at The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation.

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Rubus parviflorusWestern Thimbleberry
Thimbleberry
Rubus particepsKingston Dewberry
Rubus pedatusStrawberryleaf Raspberry
Rubus pensilvanicusPennsylvania Blackberry
Rubus pergratusUpland Blackberry
Rubus plicatifoliusPlaitleaf Dewberry
Rubus provincialisGroundberry
Rubus pubescensDwarf Red Blackberry
Dwarf Raspberry
Dwarf Red Raspberry
Trailing Raspberry
Dwarf Red Bramble
Dewberry
Pigeonberry
Rubus pugnaxPugnacious Blackberry
Rubus pubescens var. pilosifoliusDwarf Red Blackberry
Rubus pubescens var. pubescensDwarf Red Blackberry
Pigeonberry
Rubus recurvansRecurved Blackberry
Rubus recurvicaulisArching Dewberry
Rubus regionalisWisconsin Dewberry
Rubus riograndisRio Grande Dewberry
Rubus russeusHalifax Blackberry
Rubus setosusSetose Blackberry
Rubus segnisNova Scotia Dewberry
Rubus semisetosusSwamp Blackberry
Rubus severusHarsh Dewberry
Rubus spectabilisSalmonberry
Salmon Raspberry
Rubus tardatusWet Thicket Dewberry
Rubus trivialisSouthern Dewberry
Dewberry
Rubus trifronsThreeleaflet Dewberry
Rubus ursinusCalifornia Blackberry
California Dewberry
Western Blackberry
Rubus vermontanusVermont Blackberry
Rubus vigoratusEssex Dewberry
Rubus wheeleriWheeler's Blackberry
Salix amygdaloidesPeachleaf Willow
Peach-leaf Willow
Almond-leaf Willow
Almond Willow
Peach Willow
Southwestern Peach Willow
Wright Willow
Wright Peachleaf Willow
Salvia azureaPitcher Sage
Big Blue Sage
Azure Sage
Giant Blue Sage
Blue Sage
Salix discolorPussy Willow
Glaucous Willow
Salix hookerianaDune Willow
Hooker Willow
Salix interiorSand-bar Willow
Sandbar Willow
Salix nigraBlack Willow
Gulf Black Willow
Swamp Willow
Sauz
Salix prolixaMackenzie Willow
Mackenzie's Willow
Senna armataDesert Senna
Senna bauhinioidesTwinleaf
Twinleaf Senna
Senna hebecarpaAmerican Senna
Wild Senna
Senna hirsuta var. glaberrimaWoolly Senna
Senna lindheimerianaLindheimer's Senna
Velvet Leaf Senna
Velvetleaf Senna
Velvet-leaf Wild Sensitive-plant
Puppy-dog Ears
Senna marilandicaMaryland Senna
Maryland Wild Senna
Southern Wild Senna
Wild Senna
Senna obtusifoliaJava-bean
Sicklepod
Senna pilosiorTrans-pecos Senna
Senna pumilioDwarf Senna
Senna roemerianaTwoleaf Senna
Two Leaved Senna
Senna wislizeniCanyon Senna
Shrubby Senna
Dwarf Senna
Wislizenus's Senna
Wislizenus's Wild Sensitive-plant
Carrozo
Pinacate
Palo Prieto
Pinacatillo
Hojasã©N
Ejotillo
Silphium integrifoliumWholeleaf Rosinweed
Entire-leaf Rosinweed
Silphium laciniatumCompassplant
Compass Plant
Silphium perfoliatumCup Plant
Indian Cup
Silphium terebinthinaceumPrairie Rosinweed
Prairie Dock
Symphyotrichum novae-angliaeNew England Aster
New England American-aster
Tradescantia ohiensisOhio Spiderwort
Bluejacket
Tradescantia virginianaVirginia Spiderwort
Spider Lily
Vaccinium angustifoliumLowbush Blueberry
Late Lowbush Blueberry
Vaccinium corymbosumHighbush Blueberry
Vaccinium stamineumDeerberry
Verbesina alternifoliaWingstem
Yellow Ironweed
Verbesina occidentalisYellow Crownbeard
Small Yellow Crownbeard
Crownbeard
Viburnum dentatumSouthern Arrowwood
Viburnum opulusEuropean Cranberrybush
Viburnum prunifoliumBlackhaw
Smooth Blackhaw
Blackhaw Viburnum
Smooth Blackhaw Viburnum
Stagbush
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