This little path off the Mall has an assortment of different flowers, all of which attract butterflies, arranged to show what would grow in different butterfly habitats in the Eastern U.S.
I started by passing oakleaf hydrangeas at the "wood's edge" portion of the garden,
and around the corner past the wetlands.
(and a quick picture of water lilies for July's flower of the month)
And, to cap off our garden visit, how about we go back to my little container garden for a butterfly tea?
This set by Grace's teaware was a Homegoods find.
Maybe a cup of Enchanted Forest green tea,
and peaches and cream scones?
I'm joining these tea parties:
Bernideen's Friends Sharing Tea
Rose Chintz Cottage's Tuesday