Gardening Tip - After you boil or steam vegetables (using purified water), don't pour that water down the drain. Let it cool then use it to water your garden. You'll be amazed at how the plants respond to the "vegetable soup.
The High Brown Fritillary (Argynnis adippe) is a butterfly in Nymphalidae family. This is one of three rather similar species. They are all rather widespread across Europe from southern Spain to central Scandinavia.
The Glanville Fritillary (Melitaea cinxia) is a butterfly of the Nymphalidae family. The insect spends most of its life as a black, spiny caterpillar. The orange patterned butterfly lives only a few weeks. The Glanville Fritillary inhabits open grassland throughout Europe (except much of Great Britain, Scandinavia, and southern Spain) and temperate Asia. A subspecies inhabits North Africa. Severe population declines are reported in many European countries.
The Apollo or Mountain Apollo (Parnassius apollo), is a butterfly of the Papilionidae family. It is a white butterfly decorated with large black "eye" spots on the forewings and red eye-spots on the hindwings.