Botanical Interests is supporting the National Wildlife Federation’s Butterfly Hero Campaign in raising awareness of the monarch butterfly’s habitat loss. We believe that as home gardeners, we can help to replenish the monarch habitat by sowing milkweed and other butterfly-friendly varieties in our home, school, and community gardens.
Our Eastern Breeze Butterfly Collection includes two native milkweed varieties (Asclepias tuberosa and Asclepias incarnata) that serve as host plants for monarch caterpillars. Bring Home the Butterflies Flower Mix and Cut & Come Again Zinnia adds bright hues to your garden, attracting butterflies and providing nectar. Sit back and wait for the butterflies to arrive!
(P) Butterfly Flower Milkweed Asclepias tuberosa (150 mg)
(P) Butterfly Flower Irresistible Milkweed Blend Asclepias incarnata (150 mg)
(A) Zinnia Cut & Come Again (1 gram)
Bring Home the Butterflies Flower Mix (3.5 grams)—Mix contains by weight:
30% Mexican Lupine (A); 7% Mexican Sunflower (A), Calendula (A), Cosmos (A); 6% Balsam (A), Sulphur Cosmos (A); and 5 % or less of each Borage(A), Bachelor’s Button (A), Blazing Star (P), Purple Coneflower (P), Parsley (B), Pincushion Flower (A), Butterfly Milkweed (P), Sweet Sultan (A), Lance-leaved Coreopsis (P), Crimson Clover (A), Sweet William (B), China Aster (A), Dill (A), Black-Eyed Susan (P), Tall Verbena (A), Rocky Mountain Bee Plant (A), Lemon Mint (A), Sneezeweed (A), Snapdragon (A), Bishop’s Flower (A), and Sweet Alyssum (A).
A=Annual B=Biennial, P=Perennial