- Hauck Research Center Collections -
Primary Collection | Bromeliads | Cacti & Succulents | Carnivorous Plants | Orchids | Rare & Exotic Plants
During the summer of 1998, a student designed and installed a butterfly garden. Located next to the Hauck Research Center, the garden contains many native Florida plants that provide food sources for the caterpillars and nectar for adult butterflies.

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Asclepias curassavica - Scarlet Milkweed
An ornamental evergreen herbaceous plant used as a food source for Monarch (Danaus plexippus) larvae and a nectar source for adult butterflies.

Bidens alba - Spanish Needles

Coreopsis sp - Tickseed

Salvia lyrata - Lyreleaf Sage

Prunus angustifolia - Chickasaw Plum

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- Hauck Research Center Collections -
Primary Collection | Bromeliads | Cacti & Succulents | Carnivorous Plants | Orchids | Rare & Exotic Plants

Hauck Research Center

1000 Holt Ave - Box 2743
Winter Park, Florida 32789-4499
Phone (407) 646 2399
Fax (407) 646 2138

For further information:
achryst@rollins.edu