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Attracting butterflies to your yard is a great way to increase the ecological value of your property and connect with the natural world. Serah Pesce, Assistant Horticulturist at Mt. Cuba, discusses plants that provide food for adult butterflies and their caterpillars and how to create suitable habitats for these ephemeral beauties. Take home five floriferous native plants and easy-to-use instructions for making a butterfly garden of your own. (Class size is limited.)
This program takes place in-person (at Mt. Cuba Center) Wednesday, June 15
About the Instructor:
Serah Pesce is the Education Specialist at Mt Cuba Center. She holds a BS in Landscape Contracting, Design/Build from Pennsylvania State University and is a Delaware Nature Society Certified Habitat Steward. In addition to teaching classes for the Ecological Gardening Certificate, she shares her extensive experience in floral design.
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