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In our gardens, the scent of lavender mixes well with the hum of bees. And it’s so much nicer to do a little weeding when you’re accompanied by the cheerful chatter of chickadees. Our love and respect for nature drives us to use only sustainable, nature-friendly practices. Our packages are recyclable, our pots compostable and our beds chemical-free.

The Best Way to Bee
is Neonicotinoid-free


We are happy to declare that at Wit's End Gardens, we use absolutely no neonicotinoids. In addition, we source our plant starts from growers who do not use neonics at all.


Neonics are a systemic insecticide that can remain in a plant for years after application, exposing bees and birds to harmful effects. Learn more about them.

Wildlife is welcome here.

We're a Certified Wildlife Habitat®.


The National Wildlife Federation defines a certified habitat as one providing food, water, cover and a place for wildlife to raise their young.


At Wit's End, we are very happy to meet those requirements throughout our grounds and practices. You can read more about how to garden for wildlife here.

Helping Monarchs One Garden at a Time


Monarch Watch works to increase habitat for migrating Monarchs throughout their flight area from Mexico to the northern portions of the US. Through their outreach emphasizing the importance of host and nectar plants, there are now more than 22,000 Monarch Waystations! 

Home gardeners are making a positive difference in Monarch populations. Learn more how you can help here.


More Bees Please

The Pollinator Partnership's mission is to promote the health of pollinators, critical to food and ecosystems, through conservation, education, and research. We can get behind that, in fact we do! Our farming practices are certified bee-friendly.

You can join the effort via the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge. Bee counted here.

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