Product review for Orange Butterfly Plant
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- Saturday, June 04, 2011
Reviewed By: Nancy Smith (Beaver Falls, Pa)
I ordered 1 butterfly plant but Gurneys sent me two saying they weren't happy with the size. They are both thriving and growing rapidly. Thanks Gurney's !!!
- Tuesday, August 25, 2009
Reviewed By: pat (virginia beach, va)
wow, I started with 2 plants last fall. today there are about a dozen spread around the garden! They look great Too!
- Monday, April 13, 2009
My Favorite Plant in the Garden!
Reviewed By: Wendy (Roaring Spring, PA)
These are the last flower to poke it's little leaves up through the soil in the spring (sometimes, as late as May) Occasionally you might get lucky and get a new volunteer close by in the spring. I've transplanted them before they get the long root, and they do just fine. The best part is...keep your eye on them everyday in the late summer because, monarch butterflies love this plant. I have found oodles of caterpillars on the leaves. I give the caterpillars in jars away to the neighborhood kids and elementary teachers to let them watch as they turn to butterflies.
- Tuesday, March 31, 2009
Wait for them...
Reviewed By: Fran Nicholson (West Chester, PA)
First, these plants are among the last to come up in the spring, sometimes late spring, so give them a chance. Also, they don't like to be transplanted once established (long taproot).
- Friday, January 02, 2009
Waiting to exhale
Reviewed By: Tomi (St Albans, NY)
They bloomed beautifully: then, I think they died. I'm waiting for spring & hoping they'll come back! If they come back I give them 5 stars ,if not, 3 stars for their beauty only.