Butterfly gardening offers beauty, fun
(AP) For a spring project that can get your family working and learning together – and also help some beautiful insects – try a backyard butterfly garden.
With just a little planning, you can create an attractive and welcoming habitat for butterflies through the warm weather months, said Rick Mikula, author of “The Family Butterfly Book” (Storey Publishing, 2000).
The biggest problem facing butterflies is destruction of habitat, Mikula said. Even if your garden offers just a few butterfly-friendly blooms in pots or containers, it can help the insects’ population – and improve the look of your living space.
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