Garden varieties: How attractive are recommended garden plants to butterflies?

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Shackleton, Kyle; Ratnieks, Francis L. W.;
(2016)

One way the public can engage in insect conservation is through wildlife gardening, including the growing of insect-friendly flowers as sources of nectar. However, plant varieties differ in the types of insects they attract. To determine which garden plants attracted wh... View more
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