Like Moths To A Flame: The Peppered Moth, A Small Beauty

Posted by Tammy Sons on 2nd Feb 2016

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.