Lantana New Gold (does not reseed, but has no pollen), you have to start with plants, other lantanas are invasive.
Blue daze ( blooms most of the year but only in the early morning, flowers close up after 10 am unless it is grown in morning sun.
Mexican oregano: it is a shrub in the verbena family, but I have had it for years and it has not reseeded. It is covered with small white flowers for most of the year
Fennel, Finnochio. Treat it as an annual. It blooms for a very long time and attracts all kinds of beneficial insects. To keep it from being invasive, I take it out every year before it sets seed and start a new from seed.
Marigold, single gold
Black eyed susan
cuphea hyssopifolia (false heather) it does have invasive potential but it is not
Lavender zone 6-9 perennial start from plants. cut back annually.
let some basil go to seed in the garden, the bees love it. Yep, it will reseed and more basil will pop up, but they are not hard to
plant some native berries
Cilantro in spring and fall.
allyssum- attracts a variety of beneficial insects. It does reseed. It is a short lived annual and reseeding gives it the appearance of being a perennial in warm climates. It is not winter hardy. It can be sheared back for rebloom. When it lands in the lawn, just mow it before it matures it does not grow back. Seeds usually drop nearby it does not travel very far unless you spread it when it is cut.
Pollinator.org and the xerces society have plant lists of native plants for bees for each state. However, native plants are best for native insects, but not be the preferred plants for bees and butterflies. Bees cannot see the color red and they like relatively small flowers with a landing pad like plants in the daisy family. Honey bees have short tongues so they have a hard time reaching nectar on deep throated flowers. Long tongued bees and butterflies can reach the nectar of those plants. Bees need to collect both pollen and nectar from plants and need a variety of plants that bloom all year or nearly so. Pollinators will also need habitat, artificial hives, trees, shrubs, rocks for shelter. Modern hybrids that have been bred to be seedless or for double flowers are less attractive to pollinators. Seedless plants do not have pollen, double flowers have nectar that is hard to reach. Pollinators pollinate, that is what the plants put out flowers for, to reproduce. The best plants for pollinators unfortunately will probably also be plants that will reseed. You just have to pick ones that you can control or deadhead them before they drop seeds. There are some plants that bloom and rarely reseed, but sometimes that is dependent on zones. I can grow dahlias from seed and they will bloom, but the dormant tubers will never wake up if left in the ground in Hawaii.
Happy gardening in Hawaii. Gardens are where people grow.