Favorite recommendations for pollinator-friendly gardens

I like to promote these as they're adaptable, easy to grow native perennials,  often with multiple good species to choose from within a particular genus.  (This is a list to accompany a presentation for a Pollination Celebration in Asheville GreenWorks Bee City program).

Herbaceous perennials (average to dry sites):

Asclepias tuberosa    Butterfly Weed
Baptisia sppFalse Wild Indigo
Coreopsis spp.  Coreopsis
Echinacea spp.  Coneflowers
Eupatorium perfoliatum   Common boneset
Helianthus spp.  Sunflower
Liatris spp.  Blazing Star
Penstemon spp.  Beardtongue
Pycnanthemum spp.  Mountain mints
Rudbeckia fulgida   Black-eyed Susan
Rudbeckia spp.  Black-eyed Susan
Silphium spp.  Prairie dock; compass plant
Solidago spp.  Goldenrod
Symphyotrichum spp.  Asters
Thermopsis villosa  Carolina false lupine
Zizia aurea  Golden Alexanders

Herbaceous perennials (moist sites):

Eutrochium spp.  Joe-Pye Weed
Lobelia spp.  Lobelia, Cardinal flower
Phlox spp.       Phlox
Monarda spp.   Bee-balm
Vernonia spp.  Ironweed