Thursday, October 4, 2012

Attracting Damsels & Dragons

Common green darners (Anax junius) mating and
laying eggs under the water’s surface.


Many people have long been interested in birding and butterfly gardening, but with the availability of new dragonfly & damselfly field guides, more folks are now identifying and pursuing these interesting insects. And with their beautiful coloration and fun names like variable dancer, common green darner, eastern pondhawk, little blue drogonlet, how can anyone resist?  Plus they eat mosquitoes!


Learn how to attract these beautiful predators to your landscape on my latest Native Plants & Wildlife Gardens blog post.

Green Gardening Matters,
Ginny Stibolt





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