This beautiful painting on metal graced the entrance to the Butterflies and Blooms In The Briar Patch Habitat. Virginia would have to share who created this Happy artwork? It was one of several handsome works of art that met you as you stepped into that wonderland of Butterflies, wildflowers, bees, hummingbirds, and more.
Reread above and note, past tense. Why? The Habitat Butterfly Garden has moved to a bigger, better location in Eatonton, Georgia. Virginia C Linch and her band of stalwarts and semi-stalwarts are busily replanting about 195,083 trees, bushes and perennials, from the original site, to the new site. The new site will be fully prepared for the flying hordes, with the town of Eatonton graciously preparing to provide town water to the site.
This was the year that saw the appearance of Zebra Heliconian butterflies at the Habitat, and then came those reports throughout middle Georgia. Zebras here, zebras there, zebras seemingly everywhere.
This painting will once again greet at the entrance to Butterflies and Blooms in the Briar Patch Habitat II. There’ll be nothing like it from Maine to the Florida Panhandle, and from the Atlantic to the Mississippi. Nothing. Book Now!
One thought on “Bubbling With Excitement!”
your discoveries of the “treasures” tucked among the “weeds”, wings & dreams of the habitat are as much fun to find as any scavenger hunt….and never surprised that you do find them and “get” their presence in the pollinator habitat. Thank you for sharing your excitement over this project that has evolved over time and about to take off in a whole new way!
Comments are closed.