A pollinator friendly alternative to traditional turf lawn. This low maintenance mixture provides wonderful environmental benefits since it requires very little mowing, watering, or fertilizer compared to a typical bluegrass lawn. Our mix was developed based on recommendations from the U of M and Landscape Arboretum field trials. The flowering species in this mix aren’t native to Minnesota, but they are not considered invasive or aggressive flowers.
For more information on bee lawns and bee lawn care, check out the resources below.
Pollinator Friendly Alliance, how to: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/55e4f9e4e4b04bf7ebb6eeb6/t/56db445001dbae8cf9d50e8f/1457210449070/Bee+Lawn+How+To.pdf
University of Minnesota Bee Lab: https://www.beelab.umn.edu/sites/beelab.umn.edu/files/floweringlawninfoenrtflogo.pdf
Minnesota Landscape Arboretum: http://www.arboretum.umn.edu/UserFiles/File/Bee%20Lawn%20info%20for%20Arb%20website%20.pdf