Butterfly garden will serve as a site for education and awareness for all students to learn about pollinators and butterflies. One of the best ways to accomplish this is to utilize plants that can serve both as a food source but also as a host to eggs and larvae. It has been a great experience for first year NSS volunteers who have planted milk weed plant, Lentana flower and the devil bean plant which is locally called ‘Kilukki’ in the garden to attracts the butterflies. The butterfly garden was started by Nature club and is maintained by the NSS over three years.
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