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Sanctuary Gardens – Create a Butterfly and Hummingbird Haven (Gardening with Don)

“This book is extremely well-written and includes many pictures”~Cyrus Vanover

I liked this book. I liked the way the solid information was presented in a very readable style. It’s a good resource.~Marie

I found the book well written and organized.~Rachel

Imagine transforming your yard into a Sanctuary for Butterflies and Hummingbirds…a refuge, nature reserve, a sacred place. Learn how to create this sanctuary complete with myriads of colorful butterflies – maybe even the elegant Monarch Butterfly – and frequent visits from everyone’s favorites, those intriguing little Hummingbirds.
Amazon best selling author, Don Evans, has created this simple guide to allow you to do just that. 
Inside you’ll find…
  • An introduction to the beauty of Butterflies & Hummingbirds
  • What you need to know about Butterflies & Hummingbirds
  • Food sources to attract butterflies
  • What’s the best way to make hummingbird nectar
  • Living arrangements Do you need a hummingbird feeder?
  • Planning your Sanctuary Garden / Butterfly Garden
  • Designing your Sanctuary Garden
  • Best Plants for Butterfly Gardening
  • Ideal flowers for hummingbirds
…all put together in Don’s easy to read style & with easy to implement instructions.

Not your regular hummingbird book, (or butterfly guide for that matter).

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Tags: Gardens, Gardening, Create, Hummingbird,, Haven, butterfly, Sanctuary


  1. T Adams says:

    Very Interesting Info and Loved It. I have quite a few butterflies in my backyard during the spring and summer. I plant my plants in containers on my deck instead of in the yard. I know that Penta’s attract butterflies but what I didn’t know was the extensive list of other flowers that attract them too. Then to include some surprising info about where and why butterflies like to rest, I had no idea. I’m now on a new quest.We were just talking this morning outside about hummingbirds and what might attract them and now I have that information. What a great little book. This is one I refer back to from time to time.

  2. Ashley Baker says:

    I’ve Got The Butterflies, Now I Need The Hummingbirds! I planted two butterfly bushes in front of my living room windows a few years ago and have enjoyed watching the butterflies all summer long from my sofa.This year, I decided it was time to start attracting hummingbirds. I had no idea that hummingbirds prefer different types of flowers, no wonder I haven’t seen any! After I was finished reading the book I did a quick design sketch, using the suggested plants for maximum hummingbird attraction.I’m going to purchase the recommended water source for my hummingbirds too, I never realized a bird bath would be overkill!

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