Spring has sprung!
Butterflies and other pollinators are looking for tasty, early spring nectar. Planting flowers like Salvia, Coreopsis, and Milkweed, will help attract those hungry pollinators. Planting these kinds of flowers in groups will attract more pollinators rather than single plants scattered along your landscape.
Avoid using insecticides on these plants. Insecticides have the potential to poison or kill your pollinators.
Other pollinator attracting plants:
-Passion Flower -Pentas - Gaillardia - Walter's Viburnum-