Four varieties of seeds for the price of three! Perfect for your butterfly garden! Attract all kinds of butterflies with the Torch Mexican Sunflower - this is one of their FAVORITE nectar plants! Then, entice them to stay with HOST plants for Monarch and Queen butterfly caterpillars as well as Sulphur Butterfly caterpillars! You'll get one individual (not mixed!) pack of seeds for each of the following flowers. Full planting instructions will be included for each variety.
24+ TORCH ORANGE MEXICAN SUNFLOWER SEEDS (Tithonia rotundifolia) Bold and colorful, they draw butterflies and hummingbirds to your garden with vivid fiery-orange 3 wide daisylike blooms with yellowish centers. A genuine heat lover, Mexican Sunflower sets the dog days of summer ablaze with sizzling orange daisies that are VERY attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. A fairly large, bushy plant (if given room, they will get 3 feet across and 5-6 feet tall!!) for the back of the border, a sunflower 'hedge" or mix with Butterfly Weed to create a butterfly's paradise in your yard!
24+ YELLOW/ORANGE/GOLD BUTTERFLY WEED SEEDS (Asclepias)
24+ Scarlet Red Butterfly Milkweed Seeds (Asclepias)
This is a perennial plant (perennial in zones 7-9, can grow as an annual in other areas) is a native to North America which grows 3?-4? high. Butterfly weed is a trouble-free perennial that will come up year after year in the same place without crowding its neighbors. It is drought tolerant due to it?s long, tuberous tap root (which also makes it difficult to transplant, once established). It gets its name of ?Butterfly Weed? because the flowers are a nectar source for many butterflies and the leaves are a food source for Monarch and Queen butterfly larvae (caterpillars). Don?t worry if the caterpillars eat the leaves ? that is this plant?s purpose in your garden, to help propagate more butterflies!
12+ CASSIA ALATA / CANDLESTICK / CANDELABRA BUSH SEEDS (Senna Alata)
A large shrub from Argentina and a great butterfly attractor. They produce large spikes of golden-yellow flowers from late summer to fall that look like golden candles when covered with unopened flower buds. Cassia's are host plants for the yellow sulphur butterfy caterpillars, it's a must-have in your butterfly garden!
Note: For purposes of qualifying for the free bonus pack, this counts as ONE PRODUCT.