Thursday, November 12, 2009

Destroying vegetation starves beneficial and beautiful pollinators in November.

Please click on image to go to Flickr site and ENLARGE view of vegetation-free garden and some of the beautiful butterflies that still need flowers in November.

A week ago, the southwest corner of the garden around the Fayetteville square was covered with migrating monarchs and a few other species of butterfly nectaring on the flowers. On November 12, it was a wasteland cleared to make way for a bunch of lights

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