Birds & Bees Educational Series - All About Butterflies
Humboldt Botanical Garden
Saturday, June 30th
Humboldt Botanical Garden’s butterfly house is a pilot project that began in May of 2017. Currently open for it’s second season, The Butterfly House occupies the northwest quadrant of the Sun Valley Floral Farms Greenhouse. Landscaped with water feature, stone walkway and butterfly friendly plants, the habitat currently houses varying stages of Monarchs, Western Swallowtails , Painted Lady and Red Admiral butterfly. This presentation on the butterfly house will emphasize making a home garden butterfly friendly with food, water and shelter.
Cost of the program is FREE to Garden members. General Admission for non-members.
About our Speaker
Terry Kramer – Terry joined the HBG as site manager in 2009. Terry is a trained horticulturist and journalist. Previously the former owner and operator of Jacoby Creek Nursery, she has been writing a garden column for the Times-Standard newspaper since 1982. Terry has an A.A. in Ornamental Horticulture from Diablo Valley College and a B.A. in Journalism from Humboldt State University. In addition to her passion for horticulture she is also a 1st Violinist in the Eureka Symphony and holds a faculty position with the Humboldt Music Academy.