Plants to Attract Butterflies and Hummingbirds

Attract Butterflies and Hummingbirds!

These Plants do Great in Texas Gardens!

The right combination of plants can turn your Texas garden into a butterfly and hummingbird paradise. The key element is to provide a combination of the plants and resources that these beautiful wild creatures require within your garden space. Get started building a garden that is not only beautiful, but also filled with flying fluttering butterflies and hummingbirds.

You can learn more about how to attract butterflies and hummingbirds into your garden at one of our Free Weekly Clinics, which periodically cover this popular subject. Or find detailed information about gardening that attracts hummingbirds and butterflies here.

Both butterflies and hummingbirds will love these nectar producing plants!

Buddleia, Flutterby Petite, Blue Heaven, GreenleafFlutterby Petite™ Blue Heaven Buddleia

A terrific butterfly attractor for the patio and conatiner gardens. Tidy compact growth that looks great in pots, with a petite mature growth of just 1 to 2 feet tall! Blooms from early summer to first frost, year after year.



Lanceleaf CoreopsisLanceleaf Coreopsis

A fabulous Texas Native that will attract both hummingbirds and butterflies into your garden.




Althea, White Angel, GDWhite Angel Althea

This gorgeous, Texas "hibiscus" is a Southern Favorite. A lovely shrub that is a attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds as it is to gardeners.



Buddleia Flutterby Petite, Tutti Frutti, GreenleafFlutterby Petite Tutti Frutti Buddleia

Gorgeous pink blooms in a compact and tidy dwarf buddleia. Attracts butterflies. Very pretty deciduous shrub that matures at a tiny 1 to 2 feet tall. The perfect addition to your patio collection.



Carolina JessamineCarolina Jessamine

A fast growing vine that does terrific in Texas gardens and will bloom right through the heat.