15,639 butterfly bush Home Design Photos

Adam Woodruff + Associates, Garden Artisans
Jones Road
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garden where you see yourself? Was it through the actions of another creature, a flower, the wind through some bluestem?More: 6 Plants That Beat Butterfly Bush for the Wildlife Draw
“The freedom” — lbondhill
Proven Winners
Lo & Behold® Butterfly Bush
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A low spreading butterfly bush, Lo & Behold® Purple Haze would make a great flowering alternative to traditional ground cover. It's unique horizontal branches produce an abundance of dark purple-blue flowers. These fragrant blooms are continuous from mid-summer to frost and don't produce seed. Deer
“Ground cover butterfly bush” — roxyv
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Cottage Perennial
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dark purple plant is Cimicifuga racemosa 'Brunette', the lime coloured plant is a Euphorbia jaquemontii (I think) , the tall shrub is a buddleia (Butterfly Bush), the smaller plants in the front row are annuals...Brachycome (Swan river daisy) and the foliage on the front row near the cimicifuga is a double
dark purple plant is Cimicifuga racemosa 'Brunette', the lime coloured plant is a Euphorbia jaquemontii (I think) , the tall shrub is a buddleia (Butterfly Bush), the smaller plants in the front row are annuals...Brachycome (Swan river daisy) and the foliage on the front row near the cimicifuga is a double
“decking” — Jeff Higgins
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
2 Reviews
Meadow blazingstar
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Butterfly plants: blazing star or liatris ligulistylis.
butterflies and liatrus...........must buy more of this!!
How to make a butterfly garden...
planting a plant that attracts butterflies and lemon grass to ward off mosquitos
Adult Monarch Butterflies fav - Liatris ligulistylis (blazing star)
Certain butterflies are especially attracted to certain flowers — monarchs go especially nuts for blazing star, or Liatris ligulistylis.
Certain butterflies are especially attracted to certain flowers — monarchs go especially nuts for blazing star, or Liatris ligulistylis. Finding out which flowers will work especially well for you requires a bit of trial and error based on your location. A good place to start, though, is local university
“Lytris liguilistylis” — haresh
Liquidscapes
15 Reviews
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inches of the ground. These include: Russian sage (Perovskia atriplicifolia), Powis Castle sage (Artemesia), bluemist spirea (Caryopteris spp), butterfly bush (Buddleia davidii), leadplant (Amorpha canescens), rabbitbrush (Chrysothamnus nauseosus) and St. John's wort (Hypericum spp).
butterfly bush...Butterfly Bush
“one on each end of the planting bed?” — Gardens By Monette
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Squirrel Hill: Lu-in+Dave
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considered the hues of adjacent rooms, and what results is a playful layering of color and space. Fireplace Wall: Forsythia Blossom; Other Walls: Butterfly Bush, both by PPG Paints Photo: Adrienne DeRosa Photography © 2013 Houzz
Fireplace Wall: Forsythia Blossom PPG Pittsburgh Paint Other Walls: Butterfly Bush, both by PPG Pittsburgh Paint
adjacent rooms when planning their palette, resulting in playful layers of color and space. Fireplace wall paint: Forsythia Blossom; media wall paint: Butterfly Bush, both by PPG Pittsburgh Paints
“Two tone yellow” — candyfoot
Aitken and Associates
12 Reviews
Karen Aitken & Associates
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English garden by adding special touches, such as pathways lined with perennials. The upright purple buddleia (butterfly bush) and scabiosa provide a simple border that attracts bees and butterflies to the garden.
Butterfly bush
“lavender and pathway” — we5guys
Smalls Landscaping
15 Reviews
Creating enclosure and shade with Landscaping in your front yard
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Cedar of Lebanon. the 3 balls in front are Chamacyparis Psifera gold mop. a weeping blue spruce, weeping Japanese maple Tamayukama, Miss Molly Butterfly bushes are behind the yellow balls. The green ground cover is Mazus Reptans. Whew!
Psifera gold mop. a weeping blue spruce, weeping Japanese maple Tamayukama, Miss Molly Butterfly bushes are behind the yellow balls. The green ground cover is Mazus Reptans. Whew!
I love the tree in the left corner and the 3 round bushes
“See notes for plant names” — jkca
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