Sulphur buckwheat features very bright yellow flowers, a favorite for butterflies, bees and beneficial insects.
Sulphur buckwheat features very bright yellow flowers, a favorite for butterflies, bees and beneficial insects. Ellen Zagory
Sulphur buckwheat features very bright yellow flowers, a favorite for butterflies, bees and beneficial insects. Ellen Zagory

Arboretum Spotlight: Sulphur buckwheat is a butterfly magnet

June 05, 2015 5:00 PM

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