Attract More Butterflies to Your Yard

07/31/2013 | Ken Lain, mountain gardener Flowers, In the Garden, Plant Care, Uncategorized

Trumpet VineHuge clusters of 4″ flowers are deeper colored than any other vine.  Taylor made for climbing quickly with colorful coverage that masks unattractive wire fences and outbuildings and attracting more butterflies.


raspberry sparkle salvia

Raspberry flowers are erupting into ever-bloom summer color.  Flowers look as though garden fairies have dabbed each flower with lip stick so they blow kisses in the slightest mountain breeze.



butterfly bush
This royal red flower shows off better in the landscape than other shrubs that boast red as their favorite color.  Makes an interesting privacy screen between neighbors, or a driveway screen.


Berry beautiful and berry prolific, this ruby toned beauty produces a floriferous flurry of huge 4″ raspberry rosy flowers with a darker center