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Native Pollinator Kits

Pollinators face many challenges and threats.  During the past 30-plus years, they have suffered due to loss of habitat, fragmentation and degradation of land, exposure to pesticides and other chemicals, changing climates, and invasive pests and diseases.  Pollinators are responsible for 1 out of every 3 bites of food we eat. 

Through pollination, bees carry pollen grains from male to female plants to fertilize the plant and help develop seeds, fruits, and the next generation of plants.  They are essential for our ecosystems and our vegetable and fruit crops. 


Little Sweet Flower Farm is devoted to helping protect our declining and fragile pollinator populations by selling Wisconsin Native Pollinator Kits and Wisconsin Native Pollinator Build Your Own Kits.  Our flowers have been specially chosen to have a wide variety of shapes, colors, textures, and blooming times to ensure nectar and pollen all season long.  We also offer a variety of host plants for pollinators to lay their eggs, eat, and metamorphose.  Our plants are grown organically and sustainably in compostable 3-inch pots to decrease our carbon footprint.

Pollinator Bee Balm (Mondarda)
Preorders for Pollinator Kits are now open!  Follow Little Sweet Flower Farm on Facebook for any further updates!
WI Native Pollinator Black-Eyed Susans (Rudbeckia hirta)

By purchasing our pollinator kits, you are single-handedly doing your part to help restore our natural habitat, reduce the invasion of non-native species, control erosion, save water, preserve biodiversity, and most importantly secure the future of pollinators.

There is a limited number of kits available.  Order ahead to guarantee your purchase.  


Our hope is to have pollinator kits to you by late May to early June.  Little Sweet Flower Farm will send an email once the plants are ready for pickup.  


7086 County Rd MM

Larsen, WI 54947

Roadside Stand Hours
Closed for 2023 Season

The 2024 season hours have yet to be determined.  Check back in spring of 2024 for open hours or follow along on Facebook

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