Butterfly Plant Sales
Interested in attracting butterflies to your property?
The Florida Museum offers native, nectar, host and accent plants for purchase, with proceeds benefiting the Florida Museum's Butterfly Rainforest. Find out what species you can attract and which butterfly-attracting plants are proven winners!
Where: Outside the Museum's front entrance near the picnic area.
When: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon-Sat; 1-5 p.m. Sun.
Prices: Plant prices start at $3 for a 4" pot and most 1-gallon pots are $6 each. Larger sizes may be available ranging from $12 to $18 for a 3-gallon pot.
Availability: Ten plants will be featured each week, along with at least one additional unannounced species.
Weekly Plant Availability List:
Jan. 30-Feb. 5
Full plant list
Help close the gap between urban students and nature
The Florida Museum of Natural History is raising funds and accepting plant donations for butterfly gardens in area schools.
Museum scientists partnered with Duval and Williams elementary schools to open children’s eyes to the unique metamorphosis that occurs during butterfly development and the responsibilities involved in caring for a garden. The Museum is now raising funds and requesting donations of plants to create additional butterfly gardens throughout the Alachua County area. Read more
or donate today
! Donations may be made online
, by visiting the Florida Museum’s plant sale or by calling the Museum Collectors Shop, 352-273-2041.
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Butterfly Larvae & Host Plants (PDF)