Plants for Butterflies and Other Pollinators

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  • Symphoricarpos orbiculatus Coralberry Z 2-7

    Pinkish white bell shaped flowers in June-July give way to coral-red berries in fall Berries persist through winter, giving colorful interest and food for the birds.

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    Pinkish white bell shaped flowers in June-July give way to coral-red berries in fall
    Berries persist through winter, giving colorful interest and food for the birds.

    Size: 2’-5’ x 4-8’
    Care: Full sun to full shade in well-drained soil.
    Native: Eastern US from NY south to eastern TX, west to SD & CO.
    Wildlife Value: attracts birds, bees and other pollinators.

    Was classified simultaneously by Michaux, Linnaeus, and finally Moench (1794) whose designation is used today.

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  • Symphyandra pendula Bellflower Z 5-8

    Panicles of creamy white bell-shaped flowers dangle over heart-shaped foliage March-June  

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    Panicles of creamy white bell-shaped flowers dangle over heart-shaped foliage March-June

    Size: 20” x 12”
    Care: Full to part sun in well-drained soil
    Native: Caucasus
    Wildlife Value: attracts bees, butterflies and birds

    Collected before 1830

  • Synthyris missourica Mountain Kittentails Z 2-6

    Deep blue elongated raceme that curls like a kitten’s tail. Round scalloped leaves hug the ground, with a few small leaves dotting the stalk before the flowers.

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    Deep blue elongated raceme that curls like a kitten’s tail. Round scalloped leaves hug the ground, with a few small leaves dotting the stalk before the flowers.

    Size: 8-10” x spreads
    Care: part shade in moist well-drained soil
    Native: WA, ID, MT, OR and mountain slopes of N.E. CA

    Collected by Lewis & Clark on June 26, 1806 from the headwaters of Hungry Creek in Idaho

  • Teucrium hircanicum Iranian germander, Purple Tails, Wood Sage Z 5-9

    Flowering in summer with 3-4” tall veronica-like spikes of dark purple

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    Flowering in summer with 3-4” tall veronica-like spikes of dark purple

    Size: 18” x 28”
    Care: sun in well-drained
    Native: Iran, Southern Europe, Middle East
    Wildlife Value: attract butterflies, deer resistant

    Described and named in 1759