Planning and planting a butterfly garden workshop
June 15, 2019
Last year, the Farm's gardens, staffed entirely by Master Gardeners and Farm volunteers grew over 2,300 pounds of fresh produce, all donated to the East Bay Food Pantry. The Farm's bees, stewarded by Ed Karle, pollinated and the butterflies were abundant.
A Butterfly Garden is an easy way to see more butterflies while helping them to have a habitat in your garden. Did you know that a butterfly garden needs nectar plants for food and host plants for their eggs? Combining both types of plants will help increase the number and variety of butterflies in your garden. In this FREE workshop spend time with Master Gardeners where they will go over the environmental impacts on butterflies and how you can plan and plant a butterfly garden to help them.
Registration is NOT required. More information here.