Food for monarchs Bluebonnets Phlox Asclepias tuberosa, also known as butterfly weed, emerged from wildflower seeds we scattered last season over the winter. Carefree Beauty Datura Betty Prior in the front yard Betty Prior Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Related
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Wow, they all look great, Brandon. I have a butterfly weed from the seeds, but it hasn’t bloomed yet. I didn’t think that orange flower around my oak tree was a poppy but it is. It’s a California poppy.
Thanks! Every time I try to grow poppies from seed, it doesn’t work. I planted some again this season and not sure if any even germinated. Sigh.