Ann S
by Ann S

Beautiful butterfly on my flowers, my favorite pic!


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  • Ann S
    on Jun 19, 2012

    I have about 50 different species & not sure what will attract them. I planted last yr bee balm for the hummers though. :) Didn't plant Lantana this yr but summer not over yet, if I knew thats what attracted the butterflies I would have again.! lol

  • Linda Lakin
    on Jan 15, 2015

    Beautiful picture! I live in dry windy West Texas....are these plants compatible to this climate?

    • Douglas Hunt
      on Jan 16, 2015

      @Linda Lakin Lantana is very drought-tolerant once established and loves heat and sun. I would encourage you to plant the Texas native, Lantana horrida, or to make sure to seek out a sterile cultivar.

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