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Old 09-22-2017, 09:10 AM   #1
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Links to 32 Ecoregion Planting Guides in pdf form

http://pollinator.org/guide.

Awesome information. Maps, plants, bloom time, host plants and other pertinent information. Check it out. These are the regions listed below.

Adirondack
American Semi Desert
Arizona New Mexico
California Coastal Chaparral
California Coastal Steppe
California Coastal Woodland
California Dry Steppe
Cascade Mixed Forest
Central Appalachian Broadleaf Forest
Chihuahuan Desert
Colorado Plateau
Eastern Broadleaf Forest Continental
Eastern Broadleaf Forest Oceanic
Great Plains Steppe and Shrub Province
Hawaiian Islands Province
Intermountain Semidesert
Intermountain Semidesert And Desert Province
Laurentian Mixed Forest
Lower Mississippi Riverine Forest Province
Middle Rocky Mountain Steppe
Nevada-Utah Mountains SemiDesert
Ouachita Mixed Forest Meadow Province
Outer Coastal
Ozark Broadleaf Forest****
Pacific Lowland
Prairie Parkland
Prairie Parkland (Subtropical)****
Rocky Mountain Forest-Steppe********
Sierran Steppe Mixed Forest****
Southeastern Mixed Forest Province****
Southwest Plateau and Plains Dry Steppe****
Southern Rocky Mountain Steppe


Canada
Algonquin Lake Nipissing
Aspen Parkland
Central Laurentians
Eastern Vancouver Island
Georgia-Puget Basin
Lake Erie Lowlands
Lake Manitoba Plain
Lower Mainland****
Manitoulin Lake Simcoe
Pacific Ranges
Prince Edward Island
Southern Laurentians
St. Lawrence Lowlands
Western Vancouver Island

Found these links through The Humane Gardener.
How to Really Save the Bees - Humane Gardener
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Old 09-22-2017, 09:22 AM   #2
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My own region is listed as...

Eastern Broadleaf Forest


http://www.pollinator.org/PDFs/Guide...lrx13FINAL.pdf


But I think also helpful...

Prairie Parkland...

http://pollinator.org/assets/general...drx12FINAL.pdf
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Nice links. Thank you for posting.
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