Master Gardener Kathleen Bander, shown in May 2014, led the effort to establish a butterfly garden at North Cascades Health and Rehabilitation Center in north Bellingham. Phlox, aster and coneflower are among butterfly- and bee-attracting plants.
Master Gardener Kathleen Bander, shown in May 2014, led the effort to establish a butterfly garden at North Cascades Health and Rehabilitation Center in north Bellingham. Phlox, aster and coneflower are among butterfly- and bee-attracting plants. Evan Abell Bellingham Herald file
Master Gardener Kathleen Bander, shown in May 2014, led the effort to establish a butterfly garden at North Cascades Health and Rehabilitation Center in north Bellingham. Phlox, aster and coneflower are among butterfly- and bee-attracting plants. Evan Abell Bellingham Herald file

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