Bees and Butterflies are looking for food. They will make your garden a regular stopping place if you provide the food they like. Some plants are magnets for bees and butterflies and guarantee bees and butterflies will visit your garden.
If you do not have a garden, you can grow many of these plants in containers on a windowsill, balcony or small patio.
These 10 best plants listed here are easy to grow, giving you more time to sit back and enjoy nature. Gardens provide green corridors, strips of habitat containing food and environments suitable for bees and butterflies. Create a wildlife-friendly habitat with plants and shrubs described below, and the bees and butterflies will come to you. I took the videos to prove it. At the bottom of this page, there are 6 videos illustrating how attractive these plants are to bees and butterflies.
It is interesting to see that there is a preponderance of blue and mauve flowering plants because bees like blue as this short video shows.
My list below includes plants which are all easy to grow and readily available.
I know there are more than 10 plants listed here, I keep adding to it!
Check out at the foot of this page more links to wildlife friendly plants, including those to provide spring nectar and also planting for birds.