To make a butterfly feeder, you need a dish. We used a terra cotta plate. You are going to fill it with nectar which is 1 part sugar to 4 parts water. heat on the stove until sugar is dissolved. go hunting for over ripe fruit. Cut the fruit up into big enough pieces to sit above the nectar. This give the butterflies something to sit on while they eat. We added a few brightly colored flowers to attract the butterflies. Place the dish in a shady spot and wait for the butterflies to…
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