The Butterfly Garden at Adams Farm

Created in 2008, the Butterfly Garden has become a destination for visitors to Adams Farm. Once the warm weather arrives, no matter when you visit, you’re sure to be enchanted by the display. From snowdrops in the early spring to sedum in the fall, there’s always something in bloom.  There’s even a special section along the back fence devoted to milkweed to provide a habitat for monarch butterflies.

To aid visitors to the Butterfly Garden in identifying the various trees, shrubs and plants in the garden, we’ve created a list of all the plant material in the garden, which is keyed to a map of the garden.