They’re cute, they’re furry and they love to eat – your landscape that is.
Any size garden can attract and support butterflies— from a wildflower meadow to a window box planted with a grouping of well-chosen species. The best way to attract butterflies and other pollinators is to provide a steady supply of the pollen- and nectar-rich blossoms that they love. The plants featured below are chosen because they will draw a variety of beneficial insects to your containers or garden beds. You'll be able to enjoy the movement and colors of butterflies, hummingbirds and bees from spring to autumn… and, hopefully, increase their populations for generations to come.
You don’t have to sacrifice beauty for low maintenance. Instead include hosta varieties available in a myriad of leaf shapes, sizes and color combinations. These mainstays of the shade garden are hardy, reliable and provide added beauty to the landscape from spring through fall.
Here's a helpful sheet on common insects and diseases that may be affecting your plants. Included is a list of organic and non-organic solutions.
Learn top strategies for keeping 'seed-stealing' squirrels away from your bird feeders.
Brighten up your landscape with the season-long blooms of calibrachoas. You may know these miniature petunia-like plants as Million Bells® and Superbells®. They are a cousin of the petunia that pack lots of beauty with very little maintenance. *Arriving in stores late May