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6 Ways to Attract Butterflies to Your Garden

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2014-04-09 07:14:46 - Here are the best tried and true ways to attract butterflies into your garden and yard areas using flowering shrubs, gardening perennial plants and simple techniques.

As spring warms its way into summer, we see caterpillars crawling around looking for food. Try planting Spicebush to provide plenty of food for them.

Then before we know it, MAGIC! Butterflies are all around!

So…how can you bring butterflies into your garden?

Ways to attract butterflies to your yard are:

• Keep the area protected from heavy winds
• Limit pesticide use
• Select fragrant, summer flowering shrubs & perennials for nectar
• Have several plants for caterpillar food like the Spicebush
• Have a few flat surfaces for resting such as a large flat stone
• Provide shallow water sources

To attract your fair share of butterflies into your garden, plant flowering shrubs and gardening perennial plants that they enjoy such as buddleia (aka

butterfly bushes), monarda, coneflowers, coreopsis, yarrow, Black-eyed Susans and Russian sage.

The Butterfly Garden Package,, from Greenwood Nursery is a great value and contains all the plants, from caterpillar food to butterfly food, that you need for butterfly attraction!

Check out our Buddleia Bush Plants,, and other plants that we offer that will attract butterflies to your garden.

Greenwood Nursery, founded in 1978, is an online plant nursery and garden center that has been shipping gardening plants to the home gardener since going online in 1998.

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Greenwood Nursery

636 Myers Cove Road
McMinnville, TN 37110

Contact Person:
Cheryl Jones
Phone: 9316683041
email: email


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