Butterfly Weed

110 Pins
 1y
Collection by
an orange flower with green leaves in the background
How to Plant, Grow, and Care For Night Blooming Cereus
Are you fascinated by the night blooming cereus? Learn how to plant, grow, and care for this unique plant in your home garden space!
a lady bug on an orange flower in the middle of some yellow and red flowers
X
(12) Home / Twitter
Butterfly Milkweed (Asclepias tuberosa) Milkweed Plant, Asclepias Tuberosa, Butterfly Plants, Plant Spacing, Sun And Water, Plant Roots, Plant Growth, Butterfly Garden
Butterfly Milkweed (Asclepias tuberosa), 3-Pack
Looking to start or grow your butterfly garden? Butterfly Milkweed, also known as Butterfly Weed, is an essential, beautiful addition and our top seller! The Butterfly Milkweed with its showy, orange flowers is natively found throughout the US (except for NV, OR, WA, MT, WY, ND) and blooms well into September. Its long-blooming nature makes it a great host plant for the Monarch Butterfly. You'll also find that it attracts other pollinators like Honeybees, Bumblebees and even Hummingbirds! Plant
an orange flower is blooming in the garden
7 Plants to Attract Butterflies in Wisconsin
7 Plants to Attract Butterflies in Wisconsin — Bustling Nest
an orange flower is blooming in the garden
Butterfly dilemma: The problem with tropical milkweed
milkweed Lilly Anderson-MessecGuest columnist The red and yellow blooms of tropical milkweed, Asclepias curassavica, are ubiquitous in North Florida butterfly gardens. This non-native milkweed has exploded in popularity as demand for milkweed grows to support declining monarch butterfly populations. Native to Mexico, this tropical species is very easy to propagate. Growers are able to quickly produce plant material to meet the milkweed demand. It’s also very showy, blooming prolifically all se
milkweed plants are host plants for monarch butterflies Planting Flowers, Exterior, Flowers, Growing Fruit, Orange Butterfly
More Milkweed = More Monarchs
Plant milkweed in your garden and watch the beautiful Monarch show up. Learn more about milkweed by clicking the link above.
orange flowers with green leaves in the background
Find the Right Type of Milkweed for Your Garden
Types of Milkweed: Plant these types of milkweed to support monarch butterflies.
an orange flower with green leaves in the background
Tennessee Native Plants List: 12 Gorgeous Garden Flowers
Planning to update your TN landscape? Check out this Tennessee native plants list to help you choose plants that will thrive in your state.
some orange and yellow flowers in the grass
Butterfly Weed
Common Milkweed is often thought of as a staple of butterfly gardens. Although related, Butterfly Weed is a different species, with a wider native range and a habit and growth schedule that is all its own. It tends to flower for a longer duration of time than Common Milkweed, and it lacks milky sap. The nectar within its blooms attracts butterflies of all types, and the larvae of monarchs feed on the leaves. Try this in your garden to attract butterflies. Materials: seeds in a paper packet Made
orange flowers with green leaves in the background
Butterfly Weed
NP:Butterfly Weed