Flowers that attract butterflies
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Butterfly Garden: Articles on Creating Butterfly Gardens: Plans,
Guess I need to remember this the last owners of our house started a butterfly garden outside the bedroom window.vButterfly Gardens- Information on creating, maintaining and designing a butterfly garden. The site includes information on plant selection to attract the butterfly and host plants for caterpillars.
Alberto Castillo Spring Starflower
Penta are one of the very best annual flowers for attracting a butterflies and hummingbirds to your beds and containers. Ours have excellent hybrid vigor with clusters of tubular flowers covering the plants all summer. Penta are sun lovers that shrug off summer heat and grow well in both northern and southern climates. 5" deep Premium pot.
New Trees and Shrubs for 2013
'Miss Molly' Butterfly Bush Sure, it's a butterfly magnet, but 'Miss Molly' also has other charms. Its sangria-red blossoms cover a compact bush that's at home rubbing shoulders with perennials in flowerbeds or intermixed with landscape shrubs. Although deer-resistant, nectar-rich butterfly bush is attractive to hummingbirds and pollinating insects, so it's a must-have for wildlife gardens.
'Estrella Pink Star' Verbena Sunny, hot conditions won’t stop ‘Estrella Pink Star’ verbena from blooming its head off in the landscape or containers. It’s a trailing form that can grow up to 18 inches long with bright pink and white blooms covering each plant. The flowers are also popular with butterflies and hummingbirds.
The Garden Plot
Buddleia Lavender Veil is a compact grower that grows very low to the ground and bears abundant lavender fragrant flushes. This beauty attracts butterflies and hummingbirds with flowers that spill from containers, hanging baskets or look fabulous in your landscape as a groundcover, or in rock gardens, or perennial and cottage gardens. Zone 5-10."
Attracting Butterflies & Hummingbirds.... - Cottage in the Oaks
Attracting Butterflies & Hummingbirds A garden is just not complete without birds, butterflies, and ladybugs…right? I’m sure you already know the wonderful flowers that attract butterflies and hummingbirds. But, there are several other things you can do that will bring ‘em in fast! Here are a few things in our garden that work like a dr...