1: 1. Lavender: Fragrant and drought-tolerant, perfect for attracting pollinators. 2. Milkweed: Essential for Monarch butterflies, promotes biodiversity. 3. Native Grasses: Low-maintenance, provide habitat for beneficial insects.

2: 4. Butterfly Bush: Colorful blooms attract butterflies and hummingbirds. 5. Coneflowers: Drought-tolerant, easy to grow, and attract pollinators. 6. Sunflowers: Beautiful, easy to grow, and provide food for birds.

3: 7. Native Shrubs: Support local wildlife and require less water. 8. Bee Balm: Attracts bees and butterflies, adds color to your garden. 9. Wildflowers: Low maintenance, support pollinators, and add diversity.

4: 10. Native Trees: Provide shade, shelter for wildlife, and cleaner air. 11. Goldenrod: Attracts pollinators, adds color to fall landscapes. 12. Ferns: Shade-loving plants that add texture and greenery to your yard.

5: 13. Yarrow: Drought-tolerant, attracts bees and butterflies, and adds color. 14. Sedum: Low-water plant, attracts pollinators, and adds texture to gardens. 15. Herbs: Culinary and medicinal plants that attract beneficial insects.

6: 16. Black-eyed Susans: Drought-tolerant, long-blooming, and attract pollinators. 17. Holly: Evergreen shrub that provides year-round interest and food for birds. 18. Asters: Late-blooming plants that attract bees and butterflies.

7: 19. Oak Trees: Support hundreds of insect species, birds, and other wildlife. 20. Columbine: Shade-loving plant that attracts hummingbirds. 21. Hydrangeas: Beautiful blooms that attract bees and butterflies.

8: 22. Coreopsis: Low-maintenance, drought-tolerant, and attracts pollinators. 23. Trumpet Vine: Climbing vine that attracts hummingbirds. 24. Liatris: Tall, spiky flowers that attract butterflies and bees.

9: 25. Serviceberry: Edible berries, beautiful fall foliage, and habitat for birds. 26. Thyme: Low-growing herb that attracts bees and butterflies. 27. Coneflower: Drought-tolerant, long-blooming, and attracts pollinators.