Open Nature Gardens Map Reference
Here are just some of the many flowers we’re growing to attract pollinators in our garden. These flowers play an important role for both insects and people! Go to the Pollinator garden and find the correct common name for each plant, then click on the correct common name below.
Saint Catherine's Lace
Woolly Blue Curls
Island Bush Snapdragon
Allen Chickering Sage
Fragrant Pitcher Sage
The shape of a pollinator can be a clue to the shape of the plant it prefers. Match the pollinator to its preferred plant.
Butterfly wing patterns are a beautiful identifier and differ from species to species. Visit the Griffith Park Butterflies display in the Nature Lab and identify the names of these butterflies by looking closely at their wings.
West Coast Lady