'A Selection of Plants that Attract Insects' available from Avondale Nursery
A Selection of Plants that Attract Insects
These are usually sun-loving plants, which will provide food for butterflies, pollen for bees. Encourage natural predators such as ladybirds and hoverflies, who keep the numbers down of less welcome visitors to the garden.
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Narrow upright habit, with attractive rich violet-blue flowers in summer. Sun.
E. bourgatii hybrid, cobalt blue flowers over a long season on branching stems.
NEW 70cm £7.50
Fluorescent pink flowers in summer over grey-green foliage. Sun.
Dark purple stems bear sprays of blue flowers late summer.
Magenta flowers contrast well with grey-green foliage. Sun.
NEW 50cm £5.00
Deep rose-pink daisies with slightly curling petals from September.
AGM 90cm £5.00
Bright tomato-red flowers.
PBR 80cm £5.00
Also known as 'Birch Double'. Pretty double violet-blue flowers from mid-summer.
Big, bright purple daisies. A lovely new variety from John Tuite of West Acre Gardens in Norfolk, named after his son.
Lavender-blue daisies August-September.
Deep pink daisies.
Narrow white drooping bottlebrush flowers more like catkins!
Large, flat golden flowerheads. An old favourite. Full sun, drought tolerant.
AGM 1.20m £4.50
A neat compact lavender with deep violet-blue flowers.
AGM 45cm £5.00
Large, almost black leaves, red flowers August-October.
AGM PBR 30cm £5.00
Brian Ellis, Avondale Nursery, at Russell's Nursery, Mill Hill, Baginton, Coventry CV8 3AG.
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