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The Butterflies Have Landed!

Text & photos by Garrett McLees Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, PR & Marketing Intern   When I last visited the Garden I got a sneak preview of Butterflies LIVE!   Now the exhibit is now open. It was amazing to see so many species from around the world in one place, I can’t wait to go back and […]

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Photos & text by Albert Brian Vick,  Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, Community Kitchen Garden Coordinator   Yeah, from the title you immediately knew this post would be about butterflies. Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden is installing its 2012 Butterflies LIVE! exhibition in the Conservatory. The exhibition doesn’t start until next week — May 25 — but […]

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Text & photos by Garrett McLees Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, PR & Marketing Intern   Butterflies LIVE! doesn’t open until May 25th, but today I had a unique opportunity to see behind-the-scenes and get a first look at the arrival of the butterflies. None of the butterflies have emerged from their chrysalis yet, that made their […]

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Butterflies are Coming!

 by Janet Woody, Librarian, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden Excitement is building for Butterflies LIVE!  We can’t wait for the May 25 opening of this display.  If you haven’t visited it before, you are in for a real treat.  We will be planting both host and nectar plants to attract and support all of the free-range butterflies that […]

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Bye Bye Butterfly

By Beth Monroe, Public Relations and Marketing Director Last call! This is the final week of Butterflies LIVE! at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden and the butterflies are going out on a high note. Just last week a new shipment of chrysalides came in – including some species we’ve not yet had. (The last day of […]

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It’s Moth Month at Lewis Ginter! I’ve always been a fan of Luna moths, because they are so beautiful, especially when you find them unexpectedly in your own yard.  But I’d never heard o f  Luna Moths’ cousin, the African Moon Moth! For Moth Month in addition to the giant Atlas Moth, we added Cecropia […]

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