An arbor trellis covered with Dutchman’s Pipe marks one end of the curved path that meanders through the Butterfly Garden. At times the vine is covered with Pipevine Swallowtail butterflies. At other times you may spy their caterpillars fattening themselves on the leaves to start the next generation. The Butterfly Garden contains over 35 species of plants selected to attract butterflies. Some are host, or larval, plants. Butterflies are very specific about their preferences for these. Others are nectar plants that attract a variety of butterflies. Pick a warm sunny day to see the most butterflies, and rejoice to see holes in the foliage! That means more butterflies will be coming soon.