Somebody bought this for us as a present. It was very nice of them but... it's not much use. It attracts swarms of flies, blowflies, wasps, hoverflies, snails and (good) bees. But we didn't see a single butterfly go anywhere near it, although there have been quite a few in the area already. It's really difficult to poke a piece of 'bush' in the small hole in the side, and even more difficult to remove if you want to for any reason. It's really difficult to take the blue feeding tray out to clean, because when you do, the piece of bush falls down into the gap, then it's hard to fit the feeding tray back in again. This product really is a gimmick - if you want to encourage butterflies, grow plants that they like, put some rocks for them to bask on, don't use pesticides, put a bit of ripe fruit out. But no need to buy one of these butterfly houses. Save yourself £30.