Garden Tags

Our planet’s pollinators are in need of our help. With shrinking habitats and changing landscapes, it’s crucial to create pollinator corridors, pathways, patches, and stepping stones to support their vital work. And now, you can be a part of this critical mission with our innovative Outdoor Aluminum Plant Tags!

We currently focus on the Sonoran Desert, but let us know if you are interested in garden tags for your region or country. Now offering tags for the Midwest and Northeast U.S.!

Join us in creating Pollinator and Plant awareness through the PW Interpretive Trails Project by placing informative garden tags in your natural spaces!

Each tag showcases the plant’s pollinator-attracting properties, ensuring you make informed choices when designing your garden. From native flowering plants to nectar-rich blooms, every plant tag becomes a symbol of support for our precious pollinators.

We offer more tags (more than 150!) than Etsy allows us to display, so if you’re looking for specific plant, you can view a the list of Plants By Common Name.

Search for a word on this page (best way to find a Common Name):

PW Interpretive Trails Project – Join Us!

Imagine a world where every garden, school yard, and public space becomes an immersive and educational experience.

A place where nature and knowledge intertwine to create stunning interpretive trails.

With a simple scan using your smartphone, you’ll unlock a whole new level of information and convenience.

No more searching through countless books or websites to find details about your plants.

For newer smart phones, just use the Camera app; once it recognizes the QR code you simply select the displayed URL (press on pollinatorweb.com). You may have to enable this feature in your Camera Settings.

Older generation smart phones may require that you download a QR Code Reader app – these are available for free.


Announcing our new 9″ aluminum garden stake, available at the PollinatorWeb Etsy store


Plants by Common Name (Low Desert Southwest)

MPPH – Maricopa Pollinator Pathway Host Starter Palette
MPPN – Maricopa Pollinator Pathway Nectar Starter Palette
* – Coming Soon

Note: Descriptive text for the 5″ x 7″ Museum Series tags will be added to the web pages when orders are placed. If you’re ordering a tag without a description, that detail will be added while your tag is being made.

A, B

C, D

E, F, G, H, I, J

K, L, M, N, O

P, Q

  • Paleface Hibiscus (Hibiscus denudatus) Rock Hibiscus, Naked Hibiscus
  • Palo Verde Trees (Parkinsonia spp) Foothill Palo Verde, Little Leaf Palo Verde, Parkinsonia macrophylla, Blue Palo Verde, Parkinsonia florida, Palo Brea, Sonoran Palo Verde, Parkinsonia praecox, Mexican Palo Verde, Parkinsonia aculeata, Desert Museum Palo Verde, Parkinsonia x ‘Desert Museum’
  • *Pam’s Pink Honeysuckle
  • Parish’s Goldeneye (Bahiopsis parishii) Nevada Goldeneye, Parish’s Scrub-Aster, Shrubby Goldeneye
  • Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) – MPPH
  • Passion Vine (Passiflora spp) Passiflora arida, Passiflora arizonica, Passiflora incarnata, Maypop, Passion Flower, Purple Passion Vine, Passiflora foetida
  • Penstemon spp Beardtongues, Beardtongue, Parry’s Penstemon, Firecracker Penstemon, Penstemon eatonii, Penstemon parryi, Jarritos, Red Penstemon, Penstemon barbatus, Scented Beardtongue, Penstemon palmeri, Arizona Penstemon, Penstemon pseudospectabilis, Hill Country Penstemon, Penstemon triflorus
  • Perennial Rockcress (Boechera perennans) Arabis angulata, Arabis arcuata var. perennans, Arabis eremophila, Arabis gracilenta, Arabis perennans, Arabis recondite
  • Pesticide Free Zone (see Specialty tags below)
  • Pineleaf Milkweed (Asclepias linearis) Hierba del Cuervo
  • Pink Fairyduster (Calliandria eriophylla) False Mesquite, Hairy-Leaved Calliandra, Mesquitella, Mock Mesquite, Pink Fairyduster, Pink-flowered Acacia, Pink Mimosa, Stickpea, Huajillo, Mezquitillo, Cosahui, Pelo de Angel, Cabeza de Angel
  • Poppies (Eschscholzia spp) Eschscholzia californica, California poppy, Eschscholzia glyptosperma, Desert Poppy, Eschscholzia mexicana, Mexican gold poppy, Eschscholzia minutiflora, Small-flowered poppy, Eschscholzia cespitosa, Tufted poppy, Goldenpoppy, Amapola, Amapola del Campo, Amarilla
  • Prairie Acacia (Acaciella angustissima) Whiteball Acacia, Fern Acacia, Ocpatl, Prairie Acacia, Prairie Wattle, White Ball Acacia, Whiteball Acacia, Spanish: Guajillo, Day, Cantemó Palo de Pulque, Barbas de Chivo
  • Prickly Pear (Opuntia spp) Engelmann’s Prickly Pear, Indian Fig, Opuntia ficus-indica, Opuntia engelmannii, Santa Rita, Opuntia santa-rita, Plains, Opuntia polycantha, Purple, Opuntia macrocentra, Old Mexico, Opuntia gomei
  • Purple Threeawn (Arstida purpurea) Red Threeawn, Purple Three Awn
  • Queen’s Wreath (Antigonon leptopus) Coral Vine, Confederate Vine, Mexican Coral Vine, Mexican Creeper, Mountain-rose Coralvine, Pink Vine, Queen’s Jewels, Sanmiguelito, Flor de San Miguel, Coronella, Coronillo, Bellissima, Cadeña de Amor

R, S

T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z


Plants by Common Name (Midwest and Northeast)

This collection of tags was inspired by the wonderful folks of Franklin Township in Kemblesvill, PA who requested this selection for their new pollinator garden.

Want a tag that’s not on the list?

Complete the form below to request a new tag or tags. Note that new tags must support the pollinator ecosystem, be a useful low-water landscape plant in the low desert, or be a collector cactus or succulent of significant interest. Include the scientific name(s) if possible.

Let us know where your garden is located

Purchase garden tags and t-shirts at the PollinatorWeb Etsy store

Specialty Tags

In Maricopa County the average first frost date varies from Nov 21st to Dec 12th. In Tucson the average first frost date is Dec 3rd.

  • Keep plants well watered
  • Place plants in a protected microclimate
  • Protect by covering plants, adding heat or increasing air circulation
  • Do not prune frost damage until plants begin growing

For more info: Protecting Frost Sensitive Plants

New! I’ll post a photo of the actual tag soon 🙂


Gallery of Standard Garden Tag Photos

We haven’t taken photos of every tag we offer, or have engraved, but here’s a good illustration of how they appear.


Butterflies by Common Name

* – Coming Soon

*American Lady (Vanessa virginiensis)