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Ladybugs are one of the most beneficial insects that much that you should invite them in your garden to repel pests away. Click to find out Plants That Attract LADYBUGS.

26 Plants that Attract Ladybugs

Use plant labels to give a shout out to these 26 plants great for attracting ladybugs! Ladybugs are one of the most beneficial insects that much that you should invite them in your garden to repel pests away.

Bring In The Butterflies! Great butterfly-attracting plants to add to your landscape.

Bring in the Butterflies

Butterfly Weed – Also called milkweed, this is the flowering plant butterflies adore… However, if you plant it, be aware larva may make a meal of some of your plants early in the season.

10 Great Plants for a Butterfly Garden

10 Great Plants for your Butterfly Garden. Includes Echinachea (coneflower), black eyed susan, salvia, butterfly bushes and more!

7 Plantastic Companion Plants for Milkweed to help make sure it gets noticed by Monarch Butterflies.

7 Plantastic Companion Plants for Milkweed in the Garden

7 Plantastic Companion Plants for Milkweed to help it get Noticed by Magnificent Monarch Butterflies.

Joe Pye Weed ~ sweet-scented pollinator, butterflies and bees love it ~ great plant for near wet spots in your yard ~ gets 5-6' tall, blooms Aug-Oct

I have wild bee weed seed, maybe the same as Joe Pye Weed ~ sweet-scented pollinator, butterflies and bees love it ~ great plant for near wet spots in your yard ~ gets tall, blooms Aug-Oct

Butterfly garden - but use butterfly weed instead of goldenrod and maybe Montauk daisy instead of the echinacea.

Butterfly garden

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gardening tips, popular gardening ideas, flowers for hummingbirds, hummingbirds, gardening attracting hummingbirds - Hummingbird Gardens

Butterfly weed (Asclepias tuberosa) or milkweed is as easy to grow as a weed but much prettier, plus hummingbirds and butterflies (especially monarchs) adore it! More top Midwest perennial flowers: http://www.midwestliving.com/garden/flowers/easy-flowers/?page=9

12 Top Midwest Perennial Flowers

Butterfly weed - Asclepias tuberosa or milkweed is as easy to grow as a weed but much prettier, plus hummingbirds & butterflies, especially monarchs adore it !

Butterfly Weed 'Orange' Asclepias tuberosa Full sun perennial.  Tolerates high heat, grows well from seed. Blooms June and attracts Monarchs.

Butterfly Weed 'Orange' Asclepias tuberosa Full sun perennial for damp areas. Tolerates high heat, grows well from seed.

Ceanothus Yankee Point  http://www.laspilitas.com/nature-of-california/plants/151--ceanothus-griseus-horizontalis-yankee-point

7 Inspiring Lawn-Free Yards

Eco-conscious landscape - butterfly weed (Asclepias tuberosa), coral fountain (Russelia equisetiformis) and Mexican lobelia (Lobelia laxiflora)

Beginner Garden for Full Sun

Beginner Garden for Full Sun

Add some flower power to your garden this year with any of these tough-as-nails perennial bloomers. No green thumb required!

Butterfly Weed Care: How To Grow Asclepias Plant

Butterfly Weed Care: How To Grow Asclepias Plant

Plant Butterfly milkweed! (Asclepias tuberosa) It shows off orange blossoms from late spring throughout the entire summer.  The beautiful flowers provide nectar to all types of insect pollinators and more importantly the entire plant is a host for monarch butterflies.  Its native range is the southern and eastern United States.  I have these planted in my yard and the butterflies love it! -Ali. C

(Asclepias tuberosa) It shows off orange blossoms from late spring throughout the entire summer. The beautiful flowers provide nectar to all types of insect pollinators and attract butterfly's .

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