Bird’s foot violet has purple flowers with orange centers. The leaves are shaped like bird’s … Continued
browsing plants: Great Spangled Fritillary
Caterpillars hide under the leaves during daytime.
Adults eat the nectar from many species of flowers including milkweeds, thistles, violets, ironweed, dogbane, mountain laurel, verbena, vetch, bergamot, red clover, joe-pye weed, and purple coneflower.
Include these plants in your landscape to host Great Spangled Fritillary!
These hardy, heat tolerant and long-lasting perennials have big sky blue, pansy-like blooms with bright … Continued
Scalloped round leaves are veined in silver and topped with bluish-purple flowers open in early … Continued