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BUTTERFLY AND BIRD GARDENING IN FLORIDA

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Butterfly Gardening in Florida PDF
Joe Schaefer, Craig N. Huegel, and Frank J. Mazzotti

Florida Butterfly Gardening with Native Plants
Don't miss these great pages on Florida native butterfly gardening

Getting Started in Butterfly Gardening
This Cooperative Extension Service reprint by Richard K. Sprenkel, professor North Florida Research and Education Center-Quincy reveals what is necessary to grow the plants which host and feed butterfilies and their larvae.

How to Attract Butterflies, Bees and Hummingbirds icon
General principles for gardeners, by Dutch Gardens. Primer on pollination.

Landscaping to Attract Birds in South Florida
Florida Horticulture Fact Sheet by Timothy K. Broschat and Stephen D. Verkade lists the types of birds attracted by various landscape plants.

Share Your Corner of the World...
A residential landscape plan for a typical south Florida residence, by Leigh Fulghum, utilizing the Verkade and Broschat plant list and created with easy 3-D Landscape software.

Aristolochia durior
Dutchman's Pipe

Dutchman's Pipe, Aristolochia durior, is an extremely vigorous vine that is often grown because its large, heart-shaped leaves make an excellent screen. It is used for covering buildings and as a screen for porches. The flowers of this species are shaped like a Meerschaum pipe but are not particularly ornamental. This deciduous, perennial plant requires a trellis or arbor to encourage upright growth. The small flowers are a favorite food for pipe vine swallowtail butterfly larvae and will attract birds.

The Adam's Needle, 'Yucca filamentosa 'Bright Edge' is a clumping perennial with tufts of dark green leaves edged in golden yellow. Creamy, bell-shaped, white flowers hover over the foliage. The red coloration on the long blades highlight the flowering crown. Plant height 18" and a spread of 20" It should be planted in full sun and in a well-drained area; looks great in a subject garden or in containers and is also a butterfly attractor.

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Butterfly Bush - Buddleia 'Bicolor'
Does this Buddleia knock your socks off or what? 'Bicolor' is the first ever to offer two completely different colors on the same bloomstalk- rich butterscotch yellow and frosty raspberry lavender. Selected from more than 2,000 seedlings, 'Bicolor' was first grown at Dr. Michael Dirr's test gardens at the University of Georgia.

6 feet tall and 5 feet wide, 'Bicolor' grows well in a sunny, well-drained spot. It has good drought tolerance and tolerance to extreme heat and humidity. (For best bloom color, keep the plant very well watered during growth and flowering). Zones 5-9.

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Black Adder Agastache icon 

New for 2007

6-8" flower stalks

Licorice-scented foliage

Blooms over a long season

tolerates hot, dry conditions

Favored by hummingbirds and butterflies

Agastache x 'Black Adder'

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