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Butterfly Garden

Butterflies are some of the most beautiful and interesting creatures on Earth. By setting up a butterfly garden with all of the right kinds of plants and flowers that butterflies love to feed on and lay eggs on, we will certainly have a yard full of butterflies throughout the growing season.


Here are the plants found at the butterfly garden. Most of the plants are host and nectar plants for the butterflies and their young. Others, such as cacti and ornamentals are for enhancing students’ learning.

Asystasia intrusia.jpgPlant 2. Ixora Sunkist.pngPlant 3. Calliandra emarginata.png

Plant 4. Stachytarpheta indica.pngPlant 5. Jasminum grandiflorum.pngPlant 6. Murraya koenigii.png

Plant 7. Lantana camara.pngPlant 8. Juniperus horizontalis.jpgPlant 9. Melastoma malabatricum.png

Plant 10. Opuntia basilaris.pngPlant 11. Echinocactus grusonii.pngPlant 12. Opuntia cochenillifera.png

Plant 13. Stapelia gigantea.png
Plant 14. Crassula ovata.pngPlant 15. Euphorbia splendens.png

Plant 17. Buddleja asiatica.jpgPlant 18. Caesalpinia pulcherrima.png

Plant 19. Mussaenda erythrophylla.pngPlant 20. Wrightia religiosa.pngPlant 21. Citrus microcarpa.png

Plant 22. Antigonon leptopus.pngPlant 23. Tristellateia australasiae.pngPlant 24. Thunbergia grandiflora.png