The butterflies are back at MSU gardens.
The thing I love about the butterflies at MSU besides the fact that it is free, is you can get up close and personal.
My boy face to face with a Zebra butterfly.
You can hold them just remember to never touch their wings.
It's best to dip your fingers in sugar water and hold your finger in front of them. They will climb on and you will get a close look at your favorite butterfly.
Chrysalis await to emerge and newly emerged butterflies dry their wings. In a few more weeks you will be able to see all 4 stages of a butterfly as eggs are laid and caterpillars can be found on some of the plants.
While there we always go on a hunt for tree frogs. Hint look on the cement wall and the large tree by the pond.
Next we head out to play in the Children's Garden. While there are not many plants in bloom, there is still plenty to do.
Yesterday we had perfect sunshine for testing out the sundial.
If you haven't been, I highly recommend the MSU Children's Garden and Butterfly House!
Don't forget there are parking fees during the week. Not sure about the weekends this year.