Plant Sources

Providing habitat for pollinators is something everyone can do to help preserve biodiversity!

Neonic Free Plant Sources:

 Many nursery grown plants are contaminated with neonicotinoids.  To help you plan your pollinator garden, we are actively searching for local sources of neonic-free plants.   The below list contains those we’ve found so far.    Let us know if you know of any other plant sources we can add to the list!



  • Annie’s Annuals:  Annie’s grows everything they sell, and everything they sell is neonic free so you can shop with abandon!
  • Heidrun Meadery:  Go for the plants, stay for the mead – or is it go for the mead and stay for the plants?  Either way, you’ll have a fun visit to Pt. Reyes.  After a tour, sample delicious  sparkling varietal meads while perusing pollinator friendly plants (cultivated onsite) for sale in the tasting room.
  • Marin Ace:  After learning about the dangers of neonics to pollinators, Marin Ace went above and beyond to ensure the plants sourced were neonic free and that insecticide products sold are as safe as possible – or clearly labeled for potential dangers.



  • Read more about neonics in planting stock here.


Bonnie’s plant list for pollinator friendly, drought tolerant plants that tend to do well in Marin.



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