There are 17 plants in the study, 14 pollinator friendly plant and 3 control plants. The focus will be on low cost, easy to grow plants enabling as many people as possible to help provide more foraging opportunities for our pollinators. Summer-flowering varieties have been chosen as summer is the period in which the bees need the most help. During the summer season the bees fly further to flowers because of a shortage of foraging plants they need for food. We hope to show that, by choosing the right plant varieties, a garden can be both attractive to bees and other important insects and full of beautiful flowers.