Winged creatures that love your plants
Attract some pretty pollinators with irresistible flora.

Winged creatures that love your plants

Need some ideas for what to plant this spring?
Attract some pretty pollinators (and even a tropical bird!) with irresistible flora.

image – Rob Wilson butterfly illustration
image – Rob Wilson hummingbird illustration
image – Rob Wilson toucan illustration

Butterflies love ...

... Agastache ‘Ava,’ a hybrid of two agastache species. Commonly known as “giant hyssop,” this upright perennial blooms with radiant, tube-shaped magenta flowers tightly stacked on a long stalk. The flowers have a minty scent and can be used by humans, too. Throw some in your tea!

Hummingbirds love ...

... Scarlet Beebalm, a flowering plant with unwieldy, red blossoms. It produces a natural source of the antiseptic Thymol, and has a history of being used medicinally. Hummingbirds love its sweet, sweet nectar!

Toucans love ...

... Cecropia trees. Why? Because they produce nearly 1million (apparently delicious!) seeds each time they fruit. Hungry toucans in Central and South America gobble them up and perch on their thin branches underneath an umbrella-like arrangement of long leaves.
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