Why do butterflies visit the fox dung in my garden? Have you noticed butterflies visiting fox dung in your garden? Richard 'Bugman' Jones explains why. By BBC Gardeners' World Magazine Published: Tuesday, 13 August, 2019 at 8:44 am Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Whatsapp Share on Blogger Email to a friend Have you noticed butterflies visiting fox dung in your garden, as well as butterfly-friendly plants? Richard ‘Bugman’ Jones explains why, in this Quick Tips video guide. Advertisement Advertisement Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Whatsapp Share on Blogger Email to a friend Tags Butterflies Quick Tips Richard Jones Video Wildlife garden Latest Grow plants Working at home – quick gardening breaks Travel and events BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair You may also like Maintain the garden What’s the difference between centipedes and millipedes? Maintain the garden How can I increase wildlife in my garden? Grow plants Do bee hotels actually work? Maintain the garden How do I stop jackdaws from eating bird food? This is Secret Garden content Unlock now Offers 10 plants only £9.99 Fragrant phlox Carpet your garden in creeping phlox's aromatic blooms with this 10 plant collection, two each of five varieties. This hardy rockery plant flowers from April to June in range of pretty colours. Buy now for early summer colour Offer Ends: Monday, 14 June, 2021 18 for just £15 Fabulous foxgloves Dramatic flowering spires make an impressive statement in late-spring and summer. Pollinators will flock to your garden to enjoy the nectar-rich blooms of these six varieties. Buy now for bees Offer Ends: Monday, 31 May, 2021 Travel and events BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair Enjoy a day out at the brand-new BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair.