Every year, the Houston Galleria hosts Primavera: a springtime celebration of all things blooming. As in the past, the Museum got in on Primavera this year with a butterfly garden installation:
Visit our flappers in their fabulous temporary digs through April 7 on the ground floor of Galleria 4, in between Ann Taylor and Gigi’s Asian Bistro.
Cockrell Butterfly Center Director Nancy Greig (ever-accessorized, below) says we’ve got 20 species hanging out.
Most are rice paper butterflies and longwings, but there are a few lacewings and other beauts in there, as well.
Want to learn more about butterflies and butterfly gardening? Hit up our semi-annual Plant Sale this April 6 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and learn how to make your own butterfly habitat (greenhouse not included).
From left, Cockrell staff Lauren Williamson, (THE) Zac Stayton, and Nancy Greig