Monday, April 11
We tend to think of butterflies as pretty and moths as well, annoying. Some are quite interesting, though. The giant atlas moth is sometimes mistaken for a small bat. The peppered moth, though bigger than a speck of pepper, is only about an inch and a half across.
Swamp Aster attracts many pollinators from butterflies to bees, including moths. It prefers a moist situation. Find it in our online plant nursery.