National Pollinator Month

June 19-23 is Pollinator Week, but we are celebrating pollinators all month long. Now is a great time to create a pollinator-friendly yard or garden by planting with purpose.


Five Ways to Celebrate



1. Certify Your Pollinator Garden as a Wildlife Habitat.

Provide native host plants for butterflies and pollen specialists, add a water source and your yard, garden, or outdoor space can qualify as a Certified Wildlife Habitat® site to restore vital habitat for wildlife and create a relaxing place to experience nature.

Save 20% when you certify and purchase a CWH sign. Use code GARDEN20

Receive 20% off your total when you certify and purchase any Certified Wildlife Habitat® signThis is a limited-time offer available online only through June 30, 2023.

Promo code: GARDEN20

Certification benefits include:
• A personalized certificate
• One year of National Wildlife Federation membership
• Six bi-monthly issues of National Wildlife® magazine
• Monthly Garden for Wildlife e-newsletter

2. Order Beautiful Native Plant Collections Shipped to Your Door.

Garden for Wildlife native plants box in front of a yellow door

Add one of our Garden for Wildlife native plant collections to your garden to help save birds, bees, butterflies, and more. Get chemical-free plants that bloom for three seasons and return every year. Collections are backed by science to help the highest number of declining wildlife species.

Now available for 38 states with free shipping. Get yours today!

We currently offer native plants for 38 states in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Southeast, and Midwest. Our goal is to expand our network of growers and offer native plants for everyone.


3. Watch these Webinars for Tips for Pollinator Gardening.

Bees, butterflies, and other pollinators are on the decline worldwide, but you can make a difference for them right in your own garden. These webinars provide overall tips for helping pollinators and detailed specifics on how to be a hummingbird hero in where you live.

Supporting Picky Eaters in your Native Habitat: How to Plant with a Purpose

Gardening for Monarchs & Other Wildlife Using Native Plants webinar title slide

On-Demand Webinars to Watch Anytime

Saving Pollinators with David Mizejewski

Be a Hummingbird Hero with Mary Phillips

4. Sign Up for Our Newsletter.

Each month, you’ll get tips, tricks, and stories from across the country on how to attract wildlife to your yard or garden. 

Sign up this June 
— one lucky winner will receive a Custom Wildlife Garden Design, sample collections of plants and a water feature.

5. Get Social and Tell Us "How Does your Garden Grow?"

Be a native plant hero and show us your stuff! Post photos of your wildlife gardens/activity with the hashtag #GardenforWildlife and look for your native garden pics on our social wall.  Connect with the Garden for Wildlife community to share your story. 

Follow @gardenforwildlife on Instagram 
and TikTok
Join the Garden for Wildlife Facebook group
Follow @Garden4Wildlife on Twitter


Where We Work

More than one-third of U.S. fish and wildlife species are at risk of extinction in the coming decades. The National Wildlife Federation is on the ground in seven regions across the country, collaborating with 53 state and territory affiliates to reverse the crisis and ensure wildlife thrive.

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