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Insect Lore Butterfly Garden, Netted Pavilion

725339

5(13)

$29.98

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Watch through the fine netting of these pop-up butterfly abodes as caterpillars shed their skins and form chrysalides, then emerge as beautiful butterflies. Observe them for a few days and set them free—this ubiquitous butterfly, the Painted Lady (Vanessa cardui L.), can be found throughout North America.

Use the enclosed form (and add shipping and handling) to send for your caterpillars: 3–5 arrive for the Butterfly Garden, and 6–10 arrive for the Butterfly Pavilion; both include complete instructions and fascinating butterfly facts.

For ages 4 and up.

Size
Butterfly Garden measures 12"H x 10"-diam.
Butterfly Pavilion measures 18"H x 10"-diam.

Award Winner:
• Winner of Learning Magazine's Teachers' Choice Award


Frequently Asked Questions:
What is the delivery time for the caterpillar larvae?
It generally takes 3 to 4 weeks for the larvae to arrive.

5

Butterfly Nursery

Reviewed on: 3/23/2013 12:00:00 AM

I purchased this for my 5yr old great grandson so he could see how butterflies come to life. We sent for our caterpillars after we received the butterfly garden. They sent 6 tiny caterpillers & it is so much fun watching them grow & they are now starting to hatch into butterflies. We watch them everyday & can't wait to see their beauty.

5

fun and educational

Reviewed on: 6/17/2011 12:00:00 AM

All of our grand children have enjoyed this butterfly temporary home. Their pre school classes have benefited from this gift sent by their nana and papaw.

5

Butterflies Everywhere

Reviewed on: 6/16/2011 12:00:00 AM

Our six-year-old granddaughter loved the Butterfly Garden, and it is so sturdy that she can use it again and again. It is also easily stored until the next use.

3

Butterfly Nursery

Reviewed on: 6/16/2011 12:00:00 AM

Kids were excited

5

Lots of fun!

Reviewed on: 6/16/2011 12:00:00 AM

We've had so much fun with this! You get the nursary and then order the caterpillars via mail or Internet. [...] We waited until the weather was consistently above 50 degrees so we could release the butterflies. Fun for the neighbors, too. We all learned a lot.