What’s that?! A hole in our garden that must be filled! No butterfly garden is complete without a nice selection of species from the Asclepias genus. We’re talking about milkweed, here! Many of us are familiar with our native thin-leaved milkweed, however the genus is LARGE and full of exciting species. Some of these species reach heights of six feet and have a large shrub/small tree sort of appearance. We’ve had the good fortune of locating some of these rarities, and will be planting out the area with a good supply of other butterfly attractants as fall approaches. Have a look at the area in question, and keep an eye out as we make progress.
Posted by: gardenshf | September 5, 2014
Butterfly Garden Improvements
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