Butterfly Pavilion Seed Collection
- Heirloom, Non-Hybrid, Non-GMO seeds
Butterfly Pavilion Seed Collection - a Garden of Butterflies and Pollinators
Have you ever visited a butterfly pavilion, where hundreds or even thousands of different, multi-colored butterflies fly around, landing on flowers for a drink, or sometimes on your clothing or hand? The flowers seem alive with the flickering of butterflies and the air is filled with the soft sound of delicate gliding wings.
That’s what’s in store for you when you plant this collection, except you’ll also see bees, moths, hummingbirds, and other pollinators coming in to visit your pollinator heaven!
You probably know that more flowers attract more pollinators, giving you improved production of the fruits and veggies you love. Drawing in multiple species of beneficial insects does much more for your garden than simply boosting production through pollination - they keep pest and destructive insects in check, meaning your garden is healthier and more resilient.
We’ve hand-picked the varieties in this collection specifically for attracting all types of butterflies but also to bring in pollinating insects and bees. Start improving your garden today with beautiful flowers and fragrances and bring those gorgeous butterflies into your garden or just plant a butterfly garden to enjoy!
Included in this collection is the book “Grow A Butterfly Garden” by Wendy Potter-Springer AND the following seven seed packets:
- Purple Coneflower Echinacea (Approx 100 seeds per pack)
- French Marigold-Brocade Mix (Approx 100 seeds per pack)
- Lemon Bee Balm (Approx 100 seeds per pack)
- Mexican Sunflower (Approx 50 seeds per pack)
- Monarch Butterfly Flower Mix (Approx 200 seeds per pack)
- Lemon Queen Sunflower (Approx 50 seeds per pack)
- Tennessee Coneflower (Approx 50 seeds per pack)
From the soil to the seed to the food you eat - we'll help you grow your best garden!
I had to change over one of my veggie beds into floral due to an adjacent neighbor's chemical lawn spray. I figured I'd throw a bunch of this seed down and just see what happens...This package of seeds changed our lives. Our yard has become known as The Butterfly Yard. I've been looking up all the varieties of butterflies and posting pictures of all the wonderful butterflies that have visited this maintenance free flower bed, and even was inspired to plant a monarch waystation. My family has started to capture and raise caterpillars then release butterflies. It was the most adventurous summer yet. Great job with this mix. Another unexpected visitor was the rare metallic green sweat bee. They were just gorgeous, very attracted to one of the mustard family plants.