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Beetle At Work - During winter we have lots of ladybugs at home, hibernating in the window-frames. Now in spring all these little crawly bugs awake, and on a sunny day I set them free. Ok, this one had to work as a model before I released it to freedom as well! ;)  <a href="http://www.ira-aschermair.com/">www.ira-aschermair.com</a>

Beetle At Work - During winter we have lots of ladybugs at home, hibernating in the window-frames. Now in spring all these little crawly bugs awake, and on a sunny day I set them free. Ok, this one had to work as a model before I released it to freedom as

"Bat houses work best if they're at least 2 feet tall, 1 foot wide, and 3 inches deep. Hang them 10 to 15 feet above the ground and place them in a sunny spot where they can absorb lots of heat during the day. (Painting the boxes black is helpful.) Mount bat houses on poles, buildings, or other structures."

Attract Bats for Organic Insect Control

Attract Bats for Organic Insect Control They may not be pretty, but bats are hardworking garden residents.

Oh, sunny day! by Magda Wasiczek on 500px

A flower, garden, plants and floral art photography by international garden photographer of the year Magda Wasiczek

This is a pretty normal Finland Spring! A few sunny days, then a terrible snowfall covers the first violets.

This is a pretty normal Finland Spring! A few sunny days, then a terrible snowfall covers the first violets.

ladybug/ladyluck

"Little ladybug on my arm you wear a heart as part of your charm. You joined me on this sunny day just for a moment then you flew away.

Red Admiral butterfly. (2015: We've had a few very warm, sunny days and butterflies are in the garden.  I'm afraid it is too early and there is nothing for them to feed on).

We've had a few very warm, sunny days and butterflies are in the garden. I'm afraid it is too early and there is nothing for them to feed on).

I love gardens that look wild rather than perfect :)

An Herb Garden for Birds and Bees

Butterfly Milkweed has strikingly bright orange flowers. This outstanding member of the Asclepiadaceae, or Milkweed family, may be found from New England to Utah and south to Arizona, Texas and Mississippi. It is unique in not having milky sap, as do other members of the genus. Insects love them, and you will usually see a lot of bees, flies, butterflies, and other insects swarming around Butterfly Milkweed on warm sunny days.

Butterfly Milkweed-- has strikingly bright orange flowers. Insects love them, and you will usually see a lot of bees, flies, butterflies, and other insects swarming around Butterfly Milkweed on warm sunny days.

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