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More reviews at http://just4thebest.info/insect-lore-live-butterfly-garden Experience nature up close with the Insect Lore Live Butterfly Garden. This enthralling educational kit gives kids the opportunity to observe butterflies through every stage of their lifecycle. Children ages four and up can observe five real caterpillars eat and grow to form their chrysalis and then emerge as Painted Lady butterflies. Children will love feeding the butterflies in their included observation habitat and then releasing them into the wild. Find out more about the Insect Lore Live Butterfly Garden Instructions at http://www.gamesforkidsunder5.org/insect-lore-live-butterfly-garden Related PostsInsect Lore Butterfly Garden Kit Grow & Release Fun For Kids See Metamorphosis Educational ProjectInsect Lore – Butterfly Garden – Part 1 – Giving the Caterpillars a new homeInsect Lore Butterfly Garden InstructionsInsect Lore – Butterfly Garden! – buy at Science Store for the StarsInsect Lore Butterfly Garden Kit – Grow Your Own ButterfliesChandigarh, Pinjor Garden Educational Tour

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18 Comments

  • Menunell Davis,Corn,Whitten 6 months ago

    how do I get one? and how much are they?

  • Stina M N H 6 months ago

    what about an akvarium heater?????

  • GARDEN SUPPLY GUYS 6 months ago

    One of these kits was sent to us by Back to the Roots (manufacturer).
    The flaws in the design run very deep for maintenance and long term use.

    1. Roots fill up the drain hole.
    2. Poor Oxygenation of the water based on drain design.
    3. Tank is only large enough to hold one fish yet grow many plants on top.
    4. Ratio for Fish Waste ( nutrients ) to Plants up top is not enough to grow much other than Wheat Grass.
    5. Cleaning this kit is messy because you have to remove entire top and set somewhere.

    After testing my opinion on this Kit is that its a Gimmick designed to sell to people looking for something stylish to keep in their homes or offices.
    For people looking to try aquaponics for the first time I want to let you know this will only discourage and frustrate you after a couple months of use.
    This is just honest feedback to all.

  • ThaKillahB 6 months ago

    there are much more eco-friendly versions of products just like this. Or how about teach your kids something really valuable. Building an aquaponics garden out of recycled materials like 95% of people do. This teaches sustainability and aqua farming. Not how to waste money of two chumps injection molded pipe dreams

  • alien_invation 666 6 months ago

    how big is this tank?

  • Afnan Suenaga 6 months ago

    Nah, I'm good fam. Been doing aquaponics myself for more than 10 years

  • Jack Attack Platinum HD 6 months ago

    Do you have to feed the fish

  • novadirector 6 months ago

    love it gonna buy one

  • lburianek 6 months ago

    Since I live in a marijuana state I grow one Marijuana Plant never tried more but get great buds.

  • Vincenzo Alexander 6 months ago

    How do you feed the fish without pulling up the entire garden bed?

  • TreeE30VeRT 6 months ago

    thank you so much i have been trying to inspire myself to go forward with all the knowledge that was gifted to me over the years to make something like this for the community to have an idea how agriculture works and to grow they're own food is a splendid idea i'm definitely on board in any way i could help! Please PM me with any info to help and/or with link to funding page THANK YOU! =^_^=

  • Kevin Chamberlain 6 months ago

    "This is my boy, Nick…" That was my out, what a an absolute wanker.

  • Ed Smith 6 months ago

    avosaly they haven't done there research on bettas, the are omvers and can't live on plant waste!!!!

  • Becky Palmer 6 months ago

    I own this tank don't have a window for light used lamp but plants eventually died what type of bulb should I buy for plant that's cost efficient

  • Nomlas Salmon 6 months ago

    Why can't I just build my own? What's the flow rate and chemical balance with regards to the water? What are the materials needed? I'll go find out…

  • agung gumilar 6 months ago

    There are many factors in learning home aquaponics. One resource I discovered which successfully combines these is the Keiths Ponics Site (google it if you're interested) definately the most useful course that I've heard of. Check out this unbelievable site.

  • The Jordan B Experience 6 months ago

    where can I get one

  • Israel Ponce 6 months ago

    Bought mine at Petco (on sale).  We love it!  Home to one Beta and two Danios.  The water fogged initially, but settled in time.  We swapped the original plant medium with clay pellets which seem to work even better!  Now, with fresh mint, we'll have delicious "Mojitos" forever 🙂