Luca & Micaela Nursery grows nectar plants for our pollinators and many host plants for butterflies. Whether you’re planning to start a Butterfly garden, or looking for some nice┬áperennial additions for your garden, we have a constantly changing variety here!┬áCome by and visit sometime, you’ll be pleasantly surprised.

Our Plants

  • Seaside Daisy
    The Seaside Daisy is known to be native to Oregon and California and is known to have grown on beaches. It can reach a heignt of 5-30cm with thick round leaves growing 13cm long. We sell 2 gallon containers for $15
  • Mexican Sunflower
    The mexican Sunflower is in the Asteraceae family, and is native to eastern Mexico and central America. The plant grows quickly, and is known to have benefit farmers as it increased the soil nutrition, while being able to survive in nutrient depleted soil. We sell 2 gallon containers for $15 or 5 gallon for $25
  • Tropical Milkweed (Butterfly Host Plant)
    Milkweed belongs to the family Asclepiadaceae and is one of the 140 different types of species of milkweed. It's a genus and is named for it's milky juice within it's leaves. It's a great host plant for caterpillars and butterflys, as it's one of their main food sources. If you wish to start a butterfly farm, milkweed should be the first thing you get. We sell 1 gallon of it for $10
  • Lavandula angustifolia
    Bellonging to the family Lamiaceae, this plant is native to the western Mediteranian. It can grow as high as 1 to 2 meters, and is commonly grown as an Ornamental plant. It's popular for its colorful flowers, and being able to survive with low ammounts of water. It doesn't grow well in damp soil, and is fairly tolerant to low temperatures. We sell 1 gallon for $5
  • Cassia (Butterfly Host Plant)
    Cassia is a Genus plant belonging to the legume family. It's known for occuring in many different climates, but also known for being used as food for caterpillars. They make a great host plant if you plan to start your own butterfly garden. We sell 2 gallons for $15
  • Lantana
    Lantana is a Genus plant that belongs in the Verbena family. They're native to the regions of Africa and America and also exist as an introduced species in the Australian Pacific. The umbels are a mix of red, orange, yellow, or blue and white florets and change color as the plant matures. We sell 1 gallon for $5
  • Salvia
    Salvia is the largest genus plant that belongs in the mint family. It's distributed throughout the old world and Americas. The stems are angled like other members in Lamiaceae, the leaves are pinnately divided, and the flowering stems bear strong bracts. We sell 1 gallon for $6