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Michelle Edwards
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Winter Tablescape
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Use a bell and ribbon or twine for a napkin holder
Black napkin and greens
the napkin ring!...Cute napkin rings...Cool napkin rings...Napkin ring...Napkin idea...Love Napkin Decor!...Napkin with bell...napkin decoration...xmas napkins
“Like bell” — dallyups
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Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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attract butterflies, flowers early July to late Sept (dep on variety)
Butterflies like the pririe plants too!
Blazingstar, meadow for butterflies im zone 10b
birds, butterflies, bees by the dozens, flowers from July to late September, good winter interest
Liatris (Blazingstar) zone 3 to 8 3 ft tall and 1 foot wide attracts butterflies, birds
Monarch butterfly magnet. It blooms in August for one to two weeks, in moist, medium and even dry soil in full to partial sun. You don't need much space for this plant; 6 inches of ground is just fine.
If you like butterflies, don't forget Liatris (Liatris spp, zones 3 to 8). There are many varieties
Attracts butterflies, birds and beneficial bees by the dozens; adaptable.Seasonal interest: Planting all of the above Liatris species provides flowers from early July to late September (in zone 5); good winter interest.When to plant: Early spring to late fall; mulch well in late fall to prevent frost heave
“Blazingstar; Meadow, Prairie or Rough Blazingstar (Liatris spp).” — Estudio Castaño
Traditional Kids
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Where did the butterfly mirrors come from?
get a butterfly mirror like that?
angelina's room. pottery barn for kids, butterfly mirrors.
Butterfly mirror...butterfly mirrors...Butterfly theme
“waaaaasswooo” — rayoona
Gardening with Confidence®
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Southeast. "Milkweed is the only host plant for the Monarch butterfly. Asclepias tuberosa is one species of milkweed that is also a pretty addition
the butterflys will eat it is, but it is worth it for the butterflys!
milkweed - invitation to monarch butterfly - only host to them
Milkweed hosts the monarch butterfly's eggs. Soon we'll see tiny caterpillars mature on the milkweed.
Monarch butterfly. Asclepias tuberosa is one species of milkweed that is also a pretty addition to the garden, but expect (and hope) it to be eaten to a nub. The female Monarch will lay her eggs here. Soon you will see tiny caterpillars that will slowly mature as they feed on the milkweed plant. The
Monarch butterfly. Asclepias tuberosa is one species of milkweed that is also a pretty addition to the garden, but expect (and hope) it to be eaten to a nub," says North Carolina gardening writer Helen Yoest. "The female Monarch will lay her eggs here. Soon you will see tiny caterpillars that will slowly
“This Plant is Great in Texas!” — Soils Alive
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Ave's Neutral + Coral Nursery
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like colors and chandelier for a girl. butterflies over the changing
curtains and butterflies
for the butterfly wall art?
Butterfly pattern
“Butterflies and curtains” — jspringston
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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many butterflies over winter in gardens, so don't clean up in fall, wait till spring.
This is one big reason not to cut down or clean up your garden in fall — butterflies are snuggled in among all that dead plant life, waiting to emerge in spring. Plus, leaving the
Butterfly garden ideas--Whoa, what's this, a winter picture? Yup. Can you count the number of butterflies here? There could be dozens. Many butterflies overwinter as adults (mourning cloak), caterpillars (viceroy) or in a chrysalis (swallowtail). This is one big reason not to cut down or clean
number of butterflies here? There could be dozens. Many butterflies overwinter as adults (mourning cloak), caterpillars (viceroy) or in a chrysalis (swallowtail). This is one big reason not to cut down or clean up your garden in fall — butterflies are snuggled in among all that dead plant life, waiting
“leave dead foliage til spring to promote butterflies” — rodneyandapril
Heather Scott Home & Design
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Heather Scott Home&Design
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white on bottom, green on top - butterfly mirror!!!
Ellie wants butterflies. We will also a bed and a crib in the same room
The butterfly mirror could inspire something unique
The butterfly mirror
Butterfly room for sophia
layout and butterfly mirror
butterfly and paint job
find the butterfly mirror?
butterfly mirror...butterfly mirror?!...walls, butterflies...Butterfly mirror..
“focus on pink and green?” — Emily Cote
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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replace a butterfly bush with native plants that are as easy to care for but support a greater number and diversity of pollinating insects. Remember, your local choices may be different than these plants, but they'll be no less rewarding for wildlife in your area. Will you rethink your butterfly bush?
source for butterflies; very low maintenance and super drought tolerant Seasonal interest: Violet to blue blooms from October on When to plant: Spring to fall
Blue! Butterflies! Loving the asters
replace a butterfly bush with native plants that are as easy to care for but support a greater number and diversity of pollinating insects. Remember, your local choices may be different than these plants, but they'll be no less rewarding for wildlife in your area. Will you rethink your butterfly bush? What
“Aster x frikartii -- Delicate-looking flowers on ultra-tough plants tolerate just about any soil typ” — lsinanyan
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