Interested in a new addition to your home garden? If so, butterfly sage is a good plant to look to when sowing your spring beds. As the name suggests, it's highly attractive to butterflies, and has other benefits as well. In order to get the plants going, simply ensure that they are properly set and well watered. Once established, these little bushes are quite tough – including a high degree of drought tolerance which should ensure that they make it through the summer.
- Butterfly Sage is a plant, otherwise known as bloodberry, that happens to attract, you guessed it, butterflies.
- The Butterfly Sage produces small, white flowers that are particularly attractive to butterflies, as well as other pollinators.
- It may actually be illegal to grow butterfly sage in your area, however, the seeds are available legally through native plant suppliers.
“Butterfly sage, also commonly called bloodberry, is a small heat loving evergreen shrub that produces beautiful tiny flowers that are excellent for attracting butterflies and other pollinators.”