Plant These Succulents to Attract Pollinators to Your Garden
When we think of plants that attract pollinating insects, flowers with stamens, pistils, and visible pollen come to mind. But not everyone lives in an area where growing plants of that variety is feasible.
Fortunately, certain succulents are also able to bring bees, bats, moths, and other pollinators to the yard. Here are a few to consider planting in your own garden.
Hens and chicks
Good for beginners
Can also be a houseplant
Comes in branched and unbranched varieties
One variety has bright yellow flowers, which attracts bees