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W E S T C O A S T A N N UA L , EXPOSURE SOIL MOISTURE Sun Average to dry 57 » R E C O M M E N D E D S P E C I E S O R VA R IE T IE S Globe gilia C losely related bird’s eye gilia (Gilia tricolor) looks nothing like globe gilia but is nonetheless a good bee plant. It’s available from some wildflower seed vendors. USE S N O TA B L E F L O W E R V I S I T O R S Wildflower meadow/ prairie restoration and small wasps. 6 m) Native Wildflowers « 58 17. ) G the most important late-season pollinator plants.
Caterpillar host plant for the pink-colored bleeding flower moth (Schinia sanguinea). 8 m) Blazing star R E C O M M E N D E D S P E C I E S O R VA R IE T IE S 37 » S O U T H E R N P L A I N S bumble bee (Bombus fraternus) foraging blazing star. Native Wildflowers « 38 7. BLUE CURLS (Trichostema lanceolatum) B were plowed into farm fields, making it scarcer across the landscape, blue curls, also known as vinegar weed, was considered the most important late-season honey plant in California. Accounts from a century ago reported routine honey yields averaging 80 pounds per colony and described the honey as white and quick to granulate.
A small black sweat bee, Dufourea monardae, is a specialist of beebalm in the Midwest and Northeast; others include Perdita gerardiae and Protandrena abdominalis. Various beebalms are host plants for caterpillars of raspberry pyrausta (Pyrausta signatalis), orange mint (P. orphisalis), and hermit sphinx (Lintneria eremitus) moths. Researchers in Mid-Atlantic states have recently observed sand wasps (Bicyrtes) using spotted beebalm extensively for nectar. These wasps are voracious predators of brown marmorated stink bug (Halyomorpha halys), a significant pest of orchards and vegetable crops.