In a Nutshell Blog
The final week of May brought rain after weeks of fairly dry weather. Four species of plants are blooming in the butterfly garden. Let's take a look!
We have nine Copper Iris plants in the butterfly garden. Each one can produce multiple flowers. Only one of the Copper Iris plants produced a single flower in 2019; it was destroyed in a rainstorm within 24 hours.
Mimicry is when one species looks like another, often because the resemblance leads to a survival benefit. A classic example of mimicry is the similar appearance of the Monarch butterfly and the Viceroy butterfly. Many students might recall …
Plants are magnificent things. They start small but grow over time. And over time, they have an impact. People, too, are magnificent. They start small but grow over time. And over time, they also have an impact!
Let’s take a look …
A lot can happen in a week. Today, we bring you the headlines from a very local piece of earth we call the butterfly garden.
The garden is a place of dramatic and sometimes subtle events. Some happen so fast they can be missed entirely.
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