Found throughout most of North America, the Red Admiral butterfly is readily identifiable by its velvety black wings and curved, fiery red-orange accents. But when you see one, don't expect it to flit right away. Though the males are territorial and stay in the same area day after day, they are actually quite docile and friendly garden visitors.
To attract these fine specimens, use a combination of nectar plants like asters, milkweed and Shasta daisies. You'll also need false nettle as a host plant if you want the Red Admirals to multiply.
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