Jan 112013
 

This short video mixes photographs and short video clips which demonstrate the beauty of a suburban wildlife garden. It also offers a stark comparison to a house with the more commonly seen lawn front yard. This garden is certified at National Wildlife Federation Backyard Habitat and also includes a Pollinator Habitat sign from the Xerces Society. Among the variety of wildlife to be found in this garden are many species of butterflies, featured in each stage of their life, as well as moths, bees and other insects.

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Kelly Brenner writes The Metropolitan Field Guide, a blog for ideas, thoughts and resources for the design of urban wildlife habitat. She earned a degree in landscape architecture from the University of Oregon.

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  1. [...] and we can help you choose plants that are butterfly magnets. Check out this short video for an appetite-whetting glimpse of what your front (or back, your choice) yard could become. Share this:ShareFacebookLike [...]

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