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Academic & Professional Books  Insects & other Invertebrates  Insects  Butterflies & Moths (Lepidoptera)

Gardening for Butterflies How You Can Attract and Protect Beautiful, Beneficial Insects

Handbook / Manual
By: The Xerces Society(Author), Robert Michael Pyle(Foreword By)
288 pages, 277 colour photos, 11 colour illustrations
Publisher: Timber Press
Gardening for Butterflies
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Can gardening change the world? It certainly can when it comes to butterflies. Butterflies are in danger, but everyone who has a garden can do their part to make a difference. Gardening for Butterflies is an optimistic call to arms by the experts at the Xerces Society that provides home gardeners with everything they need to create a beautiful, beneficial, butterfly filled garden, no matter the size of their space. Hundreds of plants for all of North America are profiled, with colour photographs and growing information, along with tips on plant selection, installation and maintenance.

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Established in 1971 and named after the extinct Xerces blue butterfly (Glaucopsyche xerces), the Xerces Society is at the forefront of invertebrate protection, harnessing the knowledge of scientists and the enthusiasm of local citizens to implement conservation and education programs.

Handbook / Manual
By: The Xerces Society(Author), Robert Michael Pyle(Foreword By)
288 pages, 277 colour photos, 11 colour illustrations
Publisher: Timber Press
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