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Lupins Mixed - Lupinus
14,99 -67%
4,99
Buddleja Tricolor - Butterfly Bush
9,99 -10%
8,99
Butterfly Bush Buddleja Blue
6,99
Allium Millenium - Ornamental Onion
5,99
Butterfly Bush Buddleja Red
6,99
Hollyhock Yellow - Alcea Rosea
3,99
Butterfly bush Black Knight - Buddleja
9,99
Hollyhock White - Alcea Rosea
3,99
Stachys monieri Hummelo - Lamb's ears
3,99
Butterfly-bush Pink Delight - Buddleja
8,99
Hedera Helix - English Ivy
4,99
Viburnum Opulus Snowball
14,99
Aster dumosus Anneke - Bushy Aster
3,99
Scabiosa Caucasica Alba - Scabious
3,99
Scabiosa Caucasica Alba - Scabious (Six-pack)
21,99 -27%
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Butterfly plants for sale online

Butterfly plants for sale online to attract the most beautiful butterflies to your garden. Cabbage whites swirling happily in the garden, an Atalanta enjoying the warm rays of the sun on a large leaf or a Peacock butterfly busy collecting nectar: butterflies in the garden are a joy to watch. But how do you turn your garden into a butterfly magnet and which butterfly plants are for sale online?

Creating a butterfly garden, fun and easy!

Creating a butterfly garden is not only fun, but it is also very easy. The most important thing to remember when planning your butterfly garden is that to attract butterflies, it is important to have flowering plants that bloom in succession from early spring to late autumn. The more flowers you have, the more attractive it becomes to butterflies. This is why it is important to plant a large variety of plants when creating a butterfly garden.

What are the best plants for creating a butterfly garden?

All bulbs and flowering plants that are rich with nectar are suitable for creating a butterfly garden. Grape hyacinths, dahlias, Buddleia davidii (Butterfly Bush) and autumn aster's are excellent. Flowering shrubs such as Viburnum (Snowball) are also rich with nectar. Still, butterflies can be fussy. Different species of butterflies are attracted to different plants. Peacock butterflies are very fond of periwinkle, for example, while cabbage whites prefer nasturtiums.

Small butterfly plants, large butterfly bushes; something for everyone

The Butterfly Bush is well-renowned for attracting butterflies and they are suitable in any garden. They can be pruned quite severely in spring to encourage new growth and lots of flowers, as they flower on new growth. Butterflies search for nectar as early as February, so spring bulbs are ideal butterfly plants to attract butterflies.

  
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