It’s easy to love butterflies, but do you dare attract other insects to your garden? There are good reasons to create a backyard buffet for predatory bugs and insects that hunt for a living. Find ways to lure the tigers and barracudas of the insect world; they will prey upon many of the organisms that ravage your prized garden plants.
To discover their value to your gardens and ways to attract each of the predators shown below, please click on the text next to its picture.
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