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Gorgeous Wildflowers

Blazing Star boasts tall spikes of vibrant purple flowers, making it a magnet for butterflies.

Blazing Star

Shasta Daisies are charming with their simple white blooms and effectively attract butterflies.

Shasta Daisy

Known for their bold yellow flowers, Black-Eyed Susans are excellent for drawing in butterflies.

Black Eye Susan

Yarrow is celebrated for its drought tolerance and ability to thrive in full sun.

Yarrow

Ideal for zones 3 to 10, Blanket Flowers are sun-loving, drought-tolerant perennials that offer bright, enduring blooms throughout the summer and into fall.

Blanket Flower

Also known as Echinacea, Coneflower is renowned for its nectar-rich blooms that attract bees.

Coneflower

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Green Leaf

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