Butterfly Garden Plants

Want to attract butterflies to your garden? Consider these plants that butterflies find hard to resist.

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Hollyhock (<em>Alcea rosea</em>)

Want to add some height to your cottage garden? Consider including hollyhock (Alcea rosea), which blooms over a long period in summer. Depending on cultivar, its blooms come in singles and doubles in shades of lavender, pink, purple, red, salmon, apricot, white and yellow.

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