English gardens provide a colorful habitat for butterflies.
Cornflowers are much loved by butterflies.
They are annuals and can grow to 30 inches and will do best in a sunny spot but can be grown in part shade as long as they get a good dose of sunshine at some point in the day.
Take this quiz to find out more about attracting butterflies to your garden.
English Garden Butterfly Quiz
This ten-question quiz will test your knowledge of the importance of butterflies in the garden. It will also help you learn more about butterflies, and will also help to exercise your mind. It's great for a rainy day when you can't work outside. At least you can think about the garden!
For more information on both perennial and annual plants for your English garden that will lure butterflies into your garden click here
Traditional English Garden Flowers will give you a comprehensive list of flowers to grow as part of an English garden.
Wild Flowers They add a touch of beauty and freedom to your garden and ideally you let them self seed where they will.
Butterflies also help to pollinate plants so they are useful as well as pretty.