Butterfly Experience

Garden butterflies bring more color and life to nature. With some effort and the right young butterfly-friendly trees, you can easily create a butterfly paradise in your garden. A butterfly garden is not only good for nature but also good for yourself. Watching butterflies in your garden can be a relaxing and meditative experience, allowing you to escape the stress of daily life. Moreover, it is also a great activity for children, who can learn about the different butterfly species and how they contribute to the ecosystem.

 

Importance of Butterflies in the Garden

Butterflies contribute to increasing biodiversity and therefore play an important role in nature. Garden butterflies are not only beautiful, but they also have practical benefits. Below, we describe some important advantages:

  • Pollination: Butterflies play a crucial role in pollinating plants. By going from flower to flower, they contribute to the spread of pollen, which is necessary for the reproduction of plants.
  • Biodiversity: Butterflies are an essential part of the food chain and contribute to biodiversity. Butterflies are eaten by many animals, including birds and spiders.
  • Stress Reduction: Butterflies in your garden can create a relaxed atmosphere, reducing stress and anxiety.
  • Educational: A butterfly garden is a great activity for children, allowing them to learn about different butterfly species and their contribution to the ecosystem.
  • Garden Maintenance: Butterflies can help reduce pests in your garden by eating insects that can damage plants.

 

In summary, attracting butterflies to your garden is not only important for nature but also for you. It is a simple way to increase biodiversity while improving the quality of your garden.

 

Where to Plant Butterfly Bush or Tree?

Young butterfly bushes and trees often prefer sunny or semi-shady areas. Butterflies are attracted to sunny areas and are likely to fly to the flowers regularly. Additionally, it is essential to plant the young trees and shrubs from Amitis in well-draining soil. Moist soils can damage the roots of the shrub or tree, so ensure that the soil is not too compact. It is also advisable to plant a butterfly tree near other flowering plants and shrubs to increase the attraction for butterflies.

 

Amitis's Butterfly-Rich Offering

Amitis offers a wide range of young trees and shrubs that attract not only butterflies but also birds and other insects. This way, you can have a vibrant garden in no time. Here, we would like to highlight some of our favorite butterfly-friendly trees and shrubs:

  • Young Columnar Peach Tree: It has a narrow growth form, making this variety suitable for a small garden or a pot on the terrace. Furthermore, the peach tree is also winter-hardy.
  • Buddleja Weyeriana: Also known as Sungold. It is a multicolored butterfly bush that is an important food source for butterflies and bees.
  • Young Bark Bast Tree: The ideal tree if you are looking for a young tree with white flowers that remains green in winter.

 

Quickly Order Your Young Tree or Butterfly Bush

Which butterfly-friendly tree or shrub catches your attention? Amitis has a wide range of young trees that you can let grow in your garden. Check out the selection and make a choice. Then, order the tree online and receive free shipping from 70 euros in the Netherlands. The butterfly-friendly shrubs and trees will be delivered to your home within 2 to 4 working days, allowing you to quickly enjoy a beautiful young tree.

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47,75 Incl. VAT

Young Columnar Hornbeam Tree | Carpinus betulus 'Fastigiata'

47,75 Incl. VAT

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Garden butterflies bring more color and life to nature. With some effort and the right young butterfly-friendly trees, you can easily create a butterfly paradise in your garden. A butterfly garden is not only good for nature but also good for yourself. Watching butterflies in your garden can be a relaxing and meditative experience, allowing you to escape the stress of daily life. Moreover, it is also a great activity for children, who can learn about the different butterfly species and how they contribute to the ecosystem.

 

Importance of Butterflies in the Garden

Butterflies contribute to increasing biodiversity and therefore play an important role in nature. Garden butterflies are not only beautiful, but they also have practical benefits. Below, we describe some important advantages:

  • Pollination: Butterflies play a crucial role in pollinating plants. By going from flower to flower, they contribute to the spread of pollen, which is necessary for the reproduction of plants.
  • Biodiversity: Butterflies are an essential part of the food chain and contribute to biodiversity. Butterflies are eaten by many animals, including birds and spiders.
  • Stress Reduction: Butterflies in your garden can create a relaxed atmosphere, reducing stress and anxiety.
  • Educational: A butterfly garden is a great activity for children, allowing them to learn about different butterfly species and their contribution to the ecosystem.
  • Garden Maintenance: Butterflies can help reduce pests in your garden by eating insects that can damage plants.

 

In summary, attracting butterflies to your garden is not only important for nature but also for you. It is a simple way to increase biodiversity while improving the quality of your garden.

 

Where to Plant Butterfly Bush or Tree?

Young butterfly bushes and trees often prefer sunny or semi-shady areas. Butterflies are attracted to sunny areas and are likely to fly to the flowers regularly. Additionally, it is essential to plant the young trees and shrubs from Amitis in well-draining soil. Moist soils can damage the roots of the shrub or tree, so ensure that the soil is not too compact. It is also advisable to plant a butterfly tree near other flowering plants and shrubs to increase the attraction for butterflies.

 

Amitis's Butterfly-Rich Offering

Amitis offers a wide range of young trees and shrubs that attract not only butterflies but also birds and other insects. This way, you can have a vibrant garden in no time. Here, we would like to highlight some of our favorite butterfly-friendly trees and shrubs:

  • Young Columnar Peach Tree: It has a narrow growth form, making this variety suitable for a small garden or a pot on the terrace. Furthermore, the peach tree is also winter-hardy.
  • Buddleja Weyeriana: Also known as Sungold. It is a multicolored butterfly bush that is an important food source for butterflies and bees.
  • Young Bark Bast Tree: The ideal tree if you are looking for a young tree with white flowers that remains green in winter.

 

Quickly Order Your Young Tree or Butterfly Bush

Which butterfly-friendly tree or shrub catches your attention? Amitis has a wide range of young trees that you can let grow in your garden. Check out the selection and make a choice. Then, order the tree online and receive free shipping from 70 euros in the Netherlands. The butterfly-friendly shrubs and trees will be delivered to your home within 2 to 4 working days, allowing you to quickly enjoy a beautiful young tree.

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