Kara should delete this story and add her own Butterfly article… this is just a SAMPLE
Add some motion, beauty and life to your Florida landscape with the addition of a vibrant butterfly garden. The plant list below is divided into two categories; plants which serve as a host (H), and those which butterflies select for their nectar (N).
Different species of butterflies have different preferences of nectar, in both colors and tastes. A wide variety of food plants will give the greatest diversity of visitors. Try staggering wild and cultivated plants, as well as blooming times of the day and year. Groups of the same plants will be easier for butterflies to see than singly planted flowers.