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Butterfly gardening with Florida"s native plants

Craig Norman Huegel

Butterfly gardening with Florida"s native plants

by Craig Norman Huegel

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Published by Florida Native Plant Society in Orlando, FL .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Florida.
    • Subjects:
    • Butterfly gardening -- Florida.,
    • Native plant gardening -- Florida.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementCraig Huegel ; illustrations by Marcy J.R. Bartlett and William F. Bissett ; cover illustration by Marcy Bartlett.
      ContributionsFlorida Native Plant Society.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL544.6 .H84 1991
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 35 p. ;
      Number of Pages35
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1291604M
      LC Control Number92152888

      Do you live in South Florida or the Florida Keys? If so, the Institute for Regional Conservation (IRC) has an additional database of native plants useful in landscaping and restoration. This database is particularly good for restoration and for making sure that you only choose plants that are native in . Gardening with Wildlife; Perfect Plants for Pollinators. Providing plants for bees, butterflies, and other pollinators is something many gardeners strive to do. This is an abbreviated selection of Florida-Friendly plants pollinators love. Flowers.

      Local and Native Bird Garden. A diversity of nesting, shelter and food plants, which provide fruit and seed throughout the year and attract pollinators to feed young nestlings. Plants like Florida and cassia privet, Walter’s viburnum, pines, saw palmetto, hollies, red cedars, native palms, Simpson’s stopper and wild coffee. Hummingbird.   Butterfly Gardening with Native Plants is much more than a book filled with beautiful photographs. It brings the butterfly’s p Fun how-to guide for attracting butterflies with native plants Includes more than color photographs/5.

      Click on a family name for more information about the Florida native plants within the family and which butterflies, birds, and other wildlife the plants attract. A here and in the plant family listings is a link to photographs of plants in that family. Firespike is known botanically as Odontonema strictum and adds a bright red pop to your south Florida garden and is perfect for attracting hummingbirds and several species of butterflies that feed on the Odontonema strictum grows between 4 to 6 feet tall and produces clusters of 3-inch-long, tubular red flowers. Firespike can be planted year-round in Florida and blooms best under.


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Butterfly gardening with Florida"s native plants by Craig Norman Huegel Download PDF EPUB FB2

Property owners throughout Florida can use this book to create their own butterfly gardens using the plants native to their region of the state, and these gardeners, entrusted with the welfare of their butterflies, will form a network of environmental stewards that will help balance whatever impacts the future holds in store for Florida/5(4).

Pamela F. Traas is a county park administrator, freelance writer, photographer and butterfly enthusiast. She has been a contributing editor and columnist for the Tropical Breeze newspaper in Safety Harbor, Florida, and has had articles and photographs published in the Tampa Tribune and St.

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Also included are a checklist of Florida butterflies, a resource guide to butterfly and plant supplies and suppliers, and twelve hands-on science inquiry activities to help /5(27). Butterfly Gardening with Native Plants is much more than a book filled with beautiful photographs.

It brings the butterfly’s perspective to the reader. Living in nature is getting more and more difficult around the planet for butterflies. This makes manmade habitats, filled with native plants /5(13).

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Books about Florida native plants. A Gardener’s Guide to Florida’s Native Plants, by Rufino Osorio, University Press of Florida (). Florida Native Plants, by Robert Haehle & Joan Brookwell. - Butterfly plants and gardens for South Florida.

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