Want more butterflies in your yard? Plant the nectar plants they love! Here's a great list of butterfly-attracting annual and perennial plants — including those needed for butterfly larvae. #infographic #garden #gardening
Butterfly Blue Scabiosa ~ This compact perennial blooms from spring through fall, producing blue double-flowering pompons of color. Perfect for the front of the border, rock gardens and patio containers. Light: Full sun to partial shade; Height: 12-15"; Deer Resistant; Bloom Time: Summer;
Butterfly Blue Scabiosa Butterflies simply love them! This terrific plant starts blooming by early summer and continues blooming until mid fall. Deadheading will ensure continued blooming. An excellent choice for mass planting, edging borders, containers and rock gardens. Product Information: Light: Full sun to partial shade Height: 12-15" Deer Resistant Bloom Time: Summer Size: Potted Zones: 3 to 9
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.
Lantana- If you have a hot, baked spot, lantana is your answer. This hardworking plant not only thrives with little moisture and in full, unyielding sun, it does so with ease. In fact, lantana is a flower that seems to have it all: It produces an abundance of brightly colored flowers all summer and fall, and it's a magnet for butterflies (hummingbirds like it, too).