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Butterfly on coneflower~

Butterfly on coneflower~

Mercury Rising Coreopsis. Butterflies like these flowers!

Mercury Rising Coreopsis. Butterflies like these flowers!

Coneflower Pom Pom. Attracts butterflies and bees.

Coneflower Pom Pom. Attracts butterflies and bees.

Bandana Pink Lantana~ Heat and drought tolerant. Blooms continuously, right up until frost. No deadheading! This plant is a butterfly and hummingbird favorite.🐝

Bandana Pink Lantana~ Heat and drought tolerant. Blooms continuously, right up until frost. No deadheading! This plant is a butterfly and hummingbird favorite.🐝

This Butterfly/ Moth was in  our butterfly garden all afternoon. I am not sure what kind of butterfly or Moth  this is, but it is beautiful!

This Butterfly/ Moth was in our butterfly garden all afternoon. I am not sure what kind of butterfly or Moth this is, but it is beautiful!

Zinnia. Butterflies and Bees love this plant. They make long lasting cut flowers. One of my favorite flowers to grow from seed.

Zinnia. Butterflies and Bees love this plant. They make long lasting cut flowers. One of my favorite flowers to grow from seed.

Coreopsis Rising Sun. Excellent heat and drought tolerance once established.  Attracts butterflies and Bees.

Coreopsis Rising Sun. Excellent heat and drought tolerance once established. Attracts butterflies and Bees.

First Dahlia of the season

First Dahlia of the season

Apache plume. This is native to the southwest. It grows on dry Rocky slopes in pinyon-juniper woodland at elevations of 4,000 -8,000 feet. Apache plume blooms in the spring and sometimes again in the fall. They attract bees and butterflies, the plants shelter wildlife,and the seeds attract birds.

Apache plume. This is native to the southwest. It grows on dry Rocky slopes in pinyon-juniper woodland at elevations of 4,000 -8,000 feet. Apache plume blooms in the spring and sometimes again in the fall. They attract bees and butterflies, the plants shelter wildlife,and the seeds attract birds.

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