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Garland Nursery
5470 NE Hwy 20
Corvallis, OR 97330
541-753-6601


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Saturday 9 am to 5 pm
Sunday 10 am to 5 pm

garland@garlandnursery.com

Halfway between Albany and Corvallis

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Perennials That Attract Butterflys

Plants that Attract Butterflies

Achillea
Alcea
Aloysia triphylla
(Lemon Verbena)
Amelanchier
Anaphalis
Androsace
(Rock Jasmine)
Anemone blanda
Antennaria
Aquilegia
Arabis
Armeria maritima
Artemesia
Asclepias
Aster
Aubrieta
Baptisia
Bellis
Ceanothus
Centaurea
Centranthus
Cheiranthus
Chrysanthemum
Coreopsis -Tickseed
Delphinium elatum-
Candle Larkspur
Dianthus alpinus
-Pinks
Dianthus barbatus-
Sweet William
Dicentra
-Bleeding Heart
Echinacea -
Purple Cone Flower
Erynigium
-Sea holly
Eupatorium-
Joe Pye Weed
Gaillardia
Helianthus
Hemerocallis
Hesperis
Hibiscus
Iberis sempervirens
Kolwitzia
Lavendula
Lonicera
Liatris
Lupine
Malva
Menthe
Nepeta mussinii
Petroselinum
Philadelphus
Phlox paniculata
Primula vulgaris
Rudbeckia birta
Scabiosa
Sedum
Solidago
Syringa
Thymus
Verbena rigida
Veronica
Viburnum

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Many garden plants which are important to butterflies in our area, are important for not only the adult butterfly but the larvae as well. It is important to plan for all life stages of these beautiful creatures.

Important Larvae Plants

Asters
Hollyhock
(Alcea)
Mallow
(Malva)
Milkweed
(Asclepias)
Snapdragons
(annual)
Violets

Annuals

Ageratum
Amaranth
Calendula
Cosmos
Dahlia
Helianthus
Heliotrope
Impatiens
Lantana
Lobularia-Sweet alyssum
Lunaria
Petunias
Tagetes
Tropaeolum majus -Nasturtiums
Viola
Zinnia

 

 

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