10 Stunning Plants That Bring Butterflies to Your Garden

Butterfly Bush:

Its fragrant flowers come in various colors and bloom in large clusters, making them a prominent feature in any garden.


Not only loved by humans for its soothing scent and beautiful blooms, but lavender also attracts butterflies with its abundant nectar.


As the primary food source for monarch butterfly larvae, milkweed is an essential plant for butterfly conservation.

Purple Coneflower:

This native wildflower produces daisy-like blooms that attract butterflies, bees, and other pollinators to your garden.


With its tall, slender stems topped with clusters of small purple flowers, verbena is a favorite of butterflies and hummingbirds alike.


These colorful annual flowers come in a wide range of hues and shapes and are known for attracting butterflies with their abundant nectar.

Rudbeckia hirta:

With its cheerful yellow flowers and dark centers, black-eyed Susan is a favorite among butterflies and adds a pop of color to any garden.


Also known as tickseed, coreopsis produces bright yellow, daisy-like flowers that butterflies find irresistible.


Lantana's colorful clusters of flowers bloom continuously throughout the summer, providing a steady supply of nectar for butterflies.


These late-season bloomers provide a valuable food source for butterflies preparing for migration. 

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