1: "Start by planting native flowers like lavender and cone flowers to attract butterflies and bees to your cottage garden."

2: "Add colorful blooms such as zinnias and milkweed to create a vibrant and inviting space for pollinators."

3: "Incorporate a diverse range of plants to provide food and shelter for butterflies and bees throughout the seasons."

4: "Include a water source like a birdbath or shallow dish with rocks for butterflies and bees to drink from."

5: "Avoid using pesticides in your garden to protect pollinators and their habitats."

6: "Create designated butterfly and bee-friendly areas with native plants and wildflowers."

7: "Plant flowering herbs like thyme and mint to attract beneficial insects to your garden."

8: "Designate a sunny spot in your garden for butterfly and bee-attracting plants to thrive."

9: "Maintain your garden by regularly watering, weeding, and deadheading flowers to keep pollinators coming back."