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Savannah Area Council of Garden Clubs, Inc. Botanical Garden & Farmhouse

Garden # 354 - 

1388 Eisenhower Drive, 



What type of BUTTERFLIES are you trying to attract?

Monarchs have a remarkable long-distance migration. In North America, monarchs overwinter in both Mexico and along the California coast. A monarch can fly up to 2,700 miles (4,345 km). With the same weight to distance ratio, that would be the same as a robin flying to the moon and most of the way back.

What NECTAR and HOST plants are in your garden?

Azaleas and Camellias are taken care of by Ron and Belinda Jacob members of the Camellia Society, Daylilies are taken care of by members of the Hemerocallis Society, Roses – the first garden at the Botanical Garden – are taken care of by the Rose Trust of the Ardsley Park Garden Club, Herbs are taken care of by the Windsor Forest Garden Club and Vegetables are taken care of by a volunteer. These are just a few of the Nectar and Host plants at our garden.

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