Six Types of Flowers to Attract Helpful Insects

Learn about types of flowers that will lure beneficial insects to your lawn and garden spaces, helping them to flourish.

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Wild Majoram <i>(Origanum vulgare)</i>

This is the wild form of marjoram, the popular kitchen herb, and is commonly found in grassland habitats in full sun. Belonging to the mint family, the foliage is highly aromatic, and the purple buds develop into delicate bunches of pink or white flowers. This fully hardy plant prefers full to partial sun and well-drained soil. H: 20 inches (50 cm); S: 20 inches (50 cm)

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