The Pollinators’ Garden 13th Annual Live Butterfly Exhibit

Event Details

Date(s) & Time(s)::

Daily from April 11, 2015 until July 5, 2015

Location: Botanical Conservatory, 1100 S. Calhoun St.

Phone: (260) 427-6440

Link: http://www.botanicalconservatory.org

Event Description

April 3, 2015 Updated Apr 3, 2015 at 10:40 AM EDT

April 11 – July 5

What is pollination? Why is it important? We are all familiar with butterflies and honeybees, but did you know that other animals pollinate flowers? Beetles, bats and flies are among the surprising cast of characters who assist plants in seed production. During this year’s live butterfly exhibit, visitors can learn more about pollinators and why humans depend on them. Visitors will also be encouraged to plant flowers

for pollinators this year, to make sure our environment remains healthy. Sponsored by PNC Charitable Trust/Sledd Foundation, M.E. Raker Foundation, Wilson Foundation, the Journal Gazette Foundation and WMEE 97.3.

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