A buttery garden is an area for butteries to feed and thrive. A proper buttery garden can accommodate a variety of buttery species at each stage of their life cycles: egg, larva, pupa, and adult. Butteries are most active from spring to late summer when plant growth is at its peak. Gardening for butteries connects you to nature in spectacular ways while giving you a garden that will surprise you year-round.
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Birding is enjoyed by millions of people. You can go birding just outside your door by planting a bird-friendly garden. It starts by planting native plants that offerer natural bird foods such as seeds, berries, nuts and nectar, as well as the insects birds feed their babies. You can add some supplemental feeders, a birdbath and nesting boxes and birds from colorful to acrobatic will be ready to move in. Many bird species are declining and planting for birds can help bolster their populations.
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