The genus Rudbeckia, commonly known as coneflowers or black-eyed Susans, holds a special place in both the botanical world and American heritage.
The genera Echinacea and Rudbeckia are closely related, both belonging to the Asteraceae family, but they exhibit some key genetic and morphological differences that warrant their classification into separate genera.
Butterfly Bush (Buddleia davidii), is a popular, non-native garden plant known for its ability to attract butterflies with its vibrant, fragrant blossoms.
Butterfly nectar plants are plants that produce nectar, which attracts and feeds adult butterflies.
By providing a supplementary source of nectar, you can attract more of these beautiful creatures to your garden and ensure they have a reliable food source during periods of scarcity.
Here’s the answer to the question, “Do Butterflies Need Nectar?”
Here’s a brief look at how the Common Sunflower serves as a beacon for butterflies.
When it comes to luring butterflies into your garden, the right selection of plants is essential. Among the perennials that stand out both for their visual allure and as a robust nectar source for butterflies is the Coneflower (Rudbeckia). Let’s explore the attributes of this dazzling plant and its role […]