The Grange Symbol Flowering Garden or pollinator phenology garden is composed of 20 herbaceous plant species organized by both bloom time and mature height to produce a biological calendar habitat that gradually transitions from low-growing early-spring to tall-growing late-fall perennials (Table 1). The garden was designed to structurally replicate the National Grange logo with bark-mulched landscape-fabric paths as banner and border, planted garden bed as wheat-sheaf, large stones as letters, and extant turf as negative space. The garden bed was tilled, edged, and smoothed in early-summer 2014, partially covered with landscape-plastic, and mulched with compost. Transplants were planted with clumped distribution, sequence, and scale according to mature heights and widths.

Table 1. Pollinator phenology garden plant list. Species are organized by average first-flowering month and mature height (meters) and presented with authorities and common names.
• March; 0.10 m; Eranthis cilicica Schott & Kotschy; Winter aconite
• March; 0.13 m; Crocus ancyrensis (Herbert) Maw; 'Golden bunch' crocus
• March; 0.15 m; Eranthis hyemalis Salisb.; Winter aconite
• March; 0.15 m; Iris danfordiae (Baker) Boiss.; Dwarf iris
• March; 0.15 m; Iris reticulata M. Beib.; Dwarf iris
• March; 0.23 m; Chionodoxa forbesii Baker; Glory-of-the-snow
• April; 0.13 m; Crocus vernalis Billb.; Spring crocus
• April; 0.20 m; Galanthus woronowii Losinsk.; Snowdrop
• April; 0.20 m; Scilla siberica Haw.; Wood squill
• April; 0.46 m; Nepeta x faassenii Bergmans; Catmint 'Early bird'
• April; 0.61 m; Geranium maculatum L.; Wild geranium
• May; 0.76 m; Nepeta racemosa Lam.; Catmint 'Walkers Low'
• May; 0.91 m; Zizia aurea (L.) W.D.J. Koch; Golden Alexanders
• June; 0.91 m; Echinacea paradoxa (J. B. S. Norton) Britt.; Yellow coneflower
• June; 1.22 m; Agastache foeniculum (Pursh) Kuntze; Anise hyssop
• July; 1.22 m; Lobelia cardinalis L.; Cardinal flower
• August; 1.52 m; Helenium autumnale L.; Sneezeweed
• August; 1.52 m; Solidago odora Aiton; Sweet goldenrod
• September; 1.52 m; Symphyotrichum cordifolium (L.) G.L.Nesom; Heartleaf aster
• October; 1.82 m; Vernonia noveboracensis (L.) Michx.; New York Ironweed