This competition is now closed Late-summer flowers for butterflies Find out which plants provide a late source of nectar for butterflies, in our video. By BBC Gardeners' World Magazine Tuesday, 14 May, 2019 at 1:18 pm Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Whatsapp Share on Blogger Email to a friend The peak season for UK butterflies is midsummer to autumn. To attract species such as comma, red admiral, painted lady and peacock it’s important to provide plenty of nectar-rich flowers. This is Secret Garden content This content is exclusive to subscribers. If you are not a subscriber you can access this content by subscribing to Gardeners' World. Unlock now Tags Butterflies Kate Bradbury No Fuss Guides Summer Video Wildlife garden Latest deals from around the web Deals powered by Monetizer 101. Save ££’s May issue + 6 seed packs + 2-for-1 Card & Guide Order now 6 issues for £9.99 Subscribe to BBC Gardeners' World Magazine and receive your first 6 issues for £9.99. Subscribe now Related content Maintain the garden Types of bird box Maintain the garden Pond dipping Maintain the garden How to help hedgehogs DIY Building a bird box Offers Travel and events BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine Masterclass online – Success with Seeds Learn how to sow and grow seeds successfully every time – sign up to our online masterclass Reviews 10 of the best garden deck chairs for summer Our round up of classic, luxury and wooden deck chairs. Lawn mowers 4 of the best lawn mower deals in May 2020 Our round up of the best lawn mower deals of the month on our tried and tested models.