Garden: Native Wildflower Garden in Rolling Hill Park
One of the best places to see Monarch Butterflies is our Native Wildflower Garden in Rolling Hill Park. Planted in 1995, the Garden is full of native plants that attract birds, bees and butterflies of all sorts. The garden is designated as a monarch waystation as it includes plants that serve as food for native caterpillars and flowers that provide nectar. On Wednesday June 26 at 6:30 pm the garden will be rededicated to one of the founding gardeners, Betty Reeves, during our Annual Meeting. This garden will also play a role in our Annual Butterfly Count on July 9. Gently look amongst the milkweed leaves for eggs and growing monarch caterpillars, easily identified by their yellow, black and white stripes!