Answer: I'm sorry, that information isn't on the website, but a general guideline is that brightly colored, scented, attractive flowers are pollinated by insects or birds. The colors attract them. Plain, non-descript flowers, such as the long, narrow catkins that hang down on many legume-type trees, are wind-pollinated. So, most "garden-type" flowers are insect pollinated.
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