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Escaped and becoming weedy near the coast, but well-behaved inland where usually short-lived. Use shrubby species; the Japanese tree privet is very invasive. Escallonia E. Vine: Salpichroa neee seen around old houses. It is a small-leaved climber with unshowy flowers dearly beloved of the West Coast Lady Vanessa annabella in the dead of winter. Native Perennials: Asters, Michaelmas Daisies Aster species and cultivars Saacramento All colors do well and many bloom from July through November, or even longer.
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Escaped and becoming weedy near the coast, but well-behaved inland where usually short-lived. Use shrubby species; the Japanese tree privet is very invasive.
Escallonia E. Vine: Salpichroa is seen around old houses.
It is a small-leaved climber with unshowy flowers dearly beloved of the West Coast Lady Vanessa annabella in the dead of winter. Native Perennials: Asters, Saccramento Daisies Aster species and cultivars : All colors do well and many bloom from July through November, or even longer. Among the best butterfly flowers, attractive to everything.
Note: Boltonia asteroides, which is extremely similar, is also outstanding. Chinese Asters Callistephus and most Fleabanes Erigeron are not.
Goldenrods Solidago spp. The native species do well, but so do Eastern species.
Some of the best are S. A great favorite of the Great Copper Lycaena xanthoides.
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The common G. Another marsh plant that does well in the garden and attracts a variety of butterflies.
Perennial Sunflowers Helianthus species : Bloom from July through October and are generally good at attracting Monarchs Sacrmento plexippus in migration. Jerusalem Artichoke H. Wild Buckwheats Eriogonum sp.
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Most are Lycaenid host plants in their native ranges. Milkweed Asclepias species : Purple Milkweed, A.
Excellent for butterflies in general, especially Monarchs Danaus plexippus. Natove be invasive; subject to Oleander Aphid and several other specialist insects. Coyotemint or Western Pennyroyal Monardella species : Blooms from May through October; excellent at attracting everything; short-lived on heavier soils. Giant Hyssop Agastache nepetoides : A montane plant but does well here; blooms June-September, longer if deadheaded; attracts large butterflies such as Swallowtails Papilio and Monarchs Danaus plexippus.
Introduced Perennials: Sedum spectabile: Blooms in summer; attracts smaller species. Mints Mentha spp.
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Outstanding butterfly plants, but invasive. Horehound Marrubium vulgare : April-May; indispensable nectar source for the California Hairstreak Satyrium californica and Great Copper Lycaena xanthoidesif you are lucky enough to get either! Subject to Oleander Aphid. Onions Allium : Bloom from spring to late summer depending on species.
The large, showy ones attract many butterflies AND wasps and bees. Excellent for Skippers, Ladies Vanessa sp. Verbena: Most species, especially blue and purple ones, excellent for small butterflies and Buckeye.