Members from the Seneca Park’s Zoo Conservation team recently stopped by Legacy at Clover Blossom for a Pollinator Presentation and to help us tidy up our Butterfly Garden!
The butterfly garden here at Clover Blossom is a part of the Butterfly Beltway. This project was started by the zoo in 2002 as a way to provide pollinator habitats with native New York plants that promote shelter, food, and host materials for various insects.
Our garden also provides residents with the opportunity to do a little yard work, for those that may miss it from time to time. For outdoor enthusiasts and gardeners alike, this is a great way to stay active while having fun! Now that the zoo team has helped us tidy it up a bit, we can’t wait to see how many butterflies return to visit us next Spring.
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