By DANIEL A. COXPhotojournalism is one of the most underappreciated and underapplied aspects of journalism.
It’s also one of its most important, because it allows you to tell stories that matter to people.
And, for some, that means telling them stories about butterflies.
Here are some tips for managing butterflies in your garden.1.
Keep butterflies awayFrom a public garden, butterfly-safe zones can be a nightmare.
You can be sure of two things: Either the butterfly will get into your garden and invade your garden, or you won’t get butterflies in the first place.
If you’ve got a butterfly-friendly zone, don’t leave it in.
If it’s a butterfly safe zone, leave it alone.2.
Keep your butterflies away from a public pool, outdoor tennis courts, or golf course.3.
Limit the number of butterflies that may live in your areaThe more butterflies you keep away from your garden—or the fewer that you have in your house—the more likely it is that your garden will become an important breeding site for other species.
You don’t want to get too many butterflies in a single area because they’ll breed and then breed again.
And you don’t need as many butterflies on your lawn or patio because it can breed and spread, too.4.
Avoid the “bunny hole”As we said in Part 1, you can’t have it all.
Butterfly colonies can multiply by 10,000-fold.
You should also avoid the bunny hole.
It can be used to spread other species of butterflies into your yard, or to spread them into your backyard.
If the bunny holes are too large, they can also be a breeding site.
It just so happens that in Florida, they’re a lot bigger.
When the colony is in the bunny-hole, the larvae can be more easily attracted to plants and other things in your yard.
If that happens, they’ll get more difficult to control.5.
Keep a butterfly in the groundWhen you have butterflies in large numbers in your backyard, it can be difficult to manage the colony in your back yard.
The larvae can move into a lot of other areas of your yard—which means the butterfly population can grow too quickly.
If there are no fences in the back yard, it’s also difficult to prevent a butterfly from moving into your lawn.
You could try using plants or trees to hold the colony.6.
Do not allow a butterfly to eat the seedsThe larvae will eat the plants or seeds, which can make it hard to control the colony and the butterfly populations.
When you have a large number of insects in a small area, it takes time for the larvae to eat and reproduce.
The best solution is to use mulch or some other organic material.
But, if the mulch doesn’t work, you might need to add more mulch in the future.7.
Keep the garden cleanYou can always keep the plants in the garden.
But if you want to keep a butterfly colony in a back yard or in the backyard, you should be careful.
The eggs are often attracted to the air, which means the eggs can hatch and be eaten by other insects.
The only thing that will stop the larvae from eating the eggs is if the surrounding mulch and/or trees are maintained and maintained well.
If you have to go into the garden to control a butterfly or two, make sure you have the proper mulch, trees, and bushes.
And if you can, avoid spraying the mulches and bushes in front of your butterfly garden.8.
Keep them away from other garden plantsThe best way to keep butterflies away is to keep them out of your garden or the backyard.
This is especially important if you live in a hot, humid area.
When butterflies are in the house, it will be easier for them to spread.
If they’re in the yard, you’ll need to maintain a butterfly safety zone.
Butterfly safety zones work best when the house is cool and dry.
If, however, you live near a tropical climate or if you’re working in a climate where humidity can increase the risk of butterflies biting your houseplants, a butterfly free zone is the best solution.