For August, choose the right plants and fill your late Summer garden with butterflies! This will make your garden both beautiful and beneficial.
Not only do butterflies make the world a little more colourful, but they are hugely beneficial to the environment. Just like bees, they pollinate, they eat plenty of those pesky weeds and they even provide a food source for other animals. So we want to help you, help us, to preserve the butterflies!
To encourage butterflies to your garden, we’ve selected plants that are particularly rich in nectar to get you started.
Gaillardia ‘Celebration’ Echinacea Buddleja ‘Buzz Hot Raspberry’