Butterfly feeding station

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£5.99 £5.09
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Buy Butterfly feeding station: Place this nectar feeding station in a sheltered position which ideally catches the morning sun and watch the butterflies and bees fill your garden.<br><br>The central feed sponge can be filled with a sugar/water solution to encourage and feed butterflies. Not only will your garden look like a wildlife haven, you will also be doing your part to help survival rates of this endangered species.<br><br>This product is made from FSC-certified timber and sponge to absorb the butterfly feed.<br><br>Measurements:<br>W12cm x D8.5cm x H19cm

Place this nectar feeding station in a sheltered position which ideally catches the morning sun and watch the butterflies and bees fill your garden.

The central feed sponge can be filled with a sugar/water solution to encourage and feed butterflies. Not only will your garden look like a wildlife haven, you will also be doing your part to help survival rates of this endangered species.

This product is made from FSC-certified timber and sponge to absorb the butterfly feed.

Measurements:
W12cm x D8.5cm x H19cm

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Bought as a gift. Had plenty of butterflies

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Hi, I like the idea of this, but wouldn't also be a magnet for ants? how would you stop that? Thanks

Westie

Hello, I'm sure ants would love the sugary water, but these are not harmful to plants. If you want to prevent ants getting to it, you could attach a barrier such as a grease band around the post (or tree) you are attaching it to.

helen

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