If you're looking for plants that are safe to plant near power lines with added environmental benefits, consider one that attracts pollinators.
More than 80 percent of all flowering plants on the earth need help with pollination. Bees, birds, bats, butterflies, moths, small mammals and more are pollinators. They help plants reproduce and provide food, clean air, purified water and soil.
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Flowers are often chosen for the splashes of color they bring to gardens, but they can also attract beneficial insects and small mammals.
These trees are safe to plant near power lines and bring the added benefits of attracting pollinators.
While bees and butterflies forage for nectar and pollen on a variety of flowers, shrubs offer additional benefits including providing a year-round habitat—even during the winter.
Grasses can add visual interest to your garden and serve as a nesting habitat for several pollinator species.
Little Bluestem Grass
Provides an important source of food for birds through the winter.