Attracting More Bees And Pollinators to Your Garden - Native plants should be your first choice to help our native bees. Listed in this article are some plants that are good sources of nectar or pollen for bees.
Lupine -- Perennial: Name: Lupinus selections Growing Conditions: Full sun or part shade and moist, well-drained soil Size: To 3 feet tall and wide Zones: Grow it with: Daisies, for a long-blooming, cheery combination.
Morning glory porch screen -- You can't eat morning glories but you can use this idea to grow green bean plants that run, such as pole beans or half runners. It will make it easier to pick them plus provide some shade and privacy on your porch.
Commonly called Basket of Gold, perennial alyssum makes a wonderful wall or rock garden plant. Every spring it develops masses of cheerful yellow flowers that look terrific tucked between rocks and boulders. - Flower Beds and Gardens