I was sitting in the garden of my mum’s house when I first saw a butterfly.
It was small, only a few millimetres in diameter.
“It had a red, white and blue pattern on its wings,” she said.
“And I thought, ‘Oh my God, what is that?'”
The butterfly I was watching had been photographed with a lens that captured the butterflies’ tiny wings, and it had been in the wild for nearly two weeks.
I was very upset and I went into shock.
It had been on my mother’s balcony the night before.
I went to see what was happening and it was gone.
What does the butterfly mean to you?”
But it had taken off from there.”
What does the butterfly mean to you?
A butterfly is a member of the family of butterflies, which includes the nightshade and the nightlily.
They can be found from northern to southern Europe and Asia.
The nightshades are usually solitary, but can form flocks in groups of up to 10.
Nightshades don’t usually get into trees but can get into fruit and vegetable gardens.
“In the garden, I can see them flying around in the grass, just out of sight,” Ms Brouwer said.
“I had a great time trying to get them in and out of the garden and get them away from the other plants.”
If I had been able to get the nightscouts out of there, they could have eaten a lot of the fruit that I was picking.
“Butterfly season is around the corner and it’s not just about the butterflies.
It’s also about plants.
The butterfly is the most important part of the plant.”
There are lots of plants that are pollinated by the nightshoot,” Ms Brown said.”[The nightshout] is the only pollinator that I know that does not mate with the nightflower.
“There are also the other species of butterflies that you can see in the gardens.”
One of the plants I’ve got that I don’t like is the nightcrawler,” she explained.”
It’s not a good plant for me.
“The plant has a red-and-white flower that glows, and there are a number of other species that produce yellow flowers.”
The nightcrawlers don’t produce flowers, they just eat the nightspots and they’re not pollinators,” Ms Bauman said.
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