Butterfly Garden: SAMPLE POST

Kara should delete this story and add her own Butterfly article… this is just a SAMPLE

Add some motion, beauty and life to your Florida landscape with  the addition of a vibrant butterfly garden.  The plant list below is divided into two categories; plants which serve as a host (H), and those which butterflies select for their nectar (N).  
Nectar Preferences
Different species of butterflies have different preferences of nectar, in both colors and tastes. A wide variety of food plants will give the greatest diversity of visitors. Try staggering wild and cultivated plants, as well as blooming times of the day and year. Groups of the same plants will be easier for butterflies to see than singly planted flowers.

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One Response to Butterfly Garden: SAMPLE POST

  1. Matt and Annie Spackman says:

    Kara and Sergio helped us to landscape beautiful butterfly garden using native plants. Their hospitality has been so appreciative. My husband and I moved from Maryland and have very little knowledge of Florida plants. Kara came out to our home and created an amazing landscape design. Sergio was so helpful with educating us on the plants and how to care for them. We are so appreciative and love to sit on the lanai and watch the beautiful butterflies. It is so important to us to shop locally and I’m very thankful for their service.
    Matt and Annie Spackman