These awesome trees are fast growing and will tolerate many soil types. They come in a variety of sizes and shapes
A small to moderate size shade tree, the Common or American Hackberry, is a fast growing, deciduous, and cylindrical shaped tree
In the summer, orange and yellow flowers bloom, attracting many butterflies. In the spring, the green leaves
Pawpaw trees are the one and only host plant for the gorgeous Zebra Swallowtail. Pawpaws can grow up to 30 feet and a please to have in your yard.
An appealing, all-season addition to landscapes, the Flowering Dogwood has much to offer. It has attractive light to dark green
This tall, popular much-loved tree has beautiful lustrous green leaves throughout the summer that change to a lovely shade
Wildlife is attracted to twigs, foliage and the dense cluster of berries as are humans for making jellies and wines. The best crop of berries
These deciduous trees are tall and fast growing. In North America they are the most widely dispersed tree. They are great
This deciduous tree provides a great deal of shade due to its ability to grow up to 100 feet tall and its wide canopy. it’s aka White Elm, Soft Elm, Water Elm
These wonderful deciduous trees can reach a height of 50 to 120 feet and is a host Plant for the Spicebush Swallowtail
This wonderful plant has the most glorious white blooms that can reach up to 3 inches wide. Host plant for the Eastern Tiger Swallowtail
The lilac ranks high amongst all-time favorite flowering plants. Its fragrant aroma carries far across the garden to enchant butterflies to your yard.
The oak is a native, broad-leafed deciduous tree with a full range of outstanding fall colors of yellows, oranges and reds.
This tree is a surprisingly wonderful additional to your butterfly garden because it not only provides shade and color, but the butterflies will gather
These interesting deciduous trees can grow between 15 to 30 feet tall and have thorny branches and stems. They like full sun and
This fast growing deciduous tree is the perfect shade tree to welcome into your lawns. The Sugarberry is also a host plant for many butterfly larvae.
The Flowering Ash (aka Manna Ash), a medium sized deciduous tree, is noted for its springtime showy, fragrant and
Butterflies are drawn to the creamy white HopTree blooms like ants to a picnic spread. The tree’s uniquely shaped flower fans
A quaint deciduous tree or small shrubbery bush will definitely attract butterflies, Hummingbirds, and bees to its sweet purple flowers.