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Gallery: Planting a haven for insects

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  1. Trish Hutton-Squire explains how to attract chameleons into a garden. Picture: Jason Boud
  2. A carpenter bee hovers around a pink Erica. Picture: Jason Boud, Independent Newspapers
  3. Orange gladioli are in full flower now and, like any flowering plants, attract bees. Picture: Jason Boud, Independent Newspaper
  4. A golden orb spider weaves its web in perfect solitude. Picture: Jason Boud, Independent Newspapers
  5. Dragonflies are attracted by ponds while rain frogs live in the soil in this garden in the Wynberg Hill area. Picture: Jason Boud, Independent Newspapers
  6. Autumn-flowering Nerine bulbs in Trish Hutton-Squires Kenilworth garden. Picture: Jason Boud, Independent Newspapers
  7. Gnidia oppositifolia, loved by chameleons. Picture: Jason Boud, Independent Newspapers
 

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