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Butterflies, such as the Pipevine swallowtail butterfly, pollinates flowers by feeding on their nectar with their specially designed tongues and transferring pollen on their long legs. Although they don't have specialized body parts for collecting pollen, their long travels can help with cross-pollination and genetic diversity. Our “Butterfly” is a sweet, floral blend of orange blossom and white lily with a hint of aloe.


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