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Partridge peas, a native wildflower, can thrive alongside various beneficial companion plants. Black-eyed Susans offer a harmonious visual contrast and attract pollinators, enhancing the overall aesthetic appeal of your garden. Planting milkweed nearby can create a haven for monarch butterflies, supporting local biodiversity. Additionally, butterfly weed, a type of milkweed, can serve as a host plant for butterflies and complement partridge peas' bright, yellow blossoms. These companions contribute to a colorful and pollinator-friendly garden landscape while promoting the well-being of partridge peas and local wildlife. More

Partridge Pea Companions