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Enticing Butterflies into your Garden (212-275)

Sat, Feb 23, 10:00am--1:00pm

Lots of butterflies are indicators of a healthy environment. Gardening organically, without pesticides, is the best way to attract and nurture these beautiful winged creatures into your own garden. Join local butterfly expert Charlotte Torgovitsky to learn basic butterfly biology and unique identifying features of the species you are most likely to see in your garden. Through their amazing life cycle, these insects have developed important associations with certain plants that are essential for their survival. Discover the techniques for establishing a successful butterfly habitat in your garden using plants that are both beautiful and beneficial. Includes a butterfly 'safari' in the Garden.


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Instructor Charlotte Torgovitsky
Fees MEMBERSHIP INFO members $25.00; nonmembers $35.00 
Notes Sat, Feb 23, 10:00am--1:00pm  
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