A Partnership between 

Kiwanis Club of Fort Walton Beach, Fort Walton Beach Woman’s Club, and  Mary Esther Community Garden 

Butterfly Garden Project


The Butterfly Garden is 4 foot by 4 foot square wooden raised bed garden, lined with a weed curtain, filled with organic garden soil, compost, lantana plants (or similar nectar plants) for the butterflies, and milkweed plants (or similar host plants) for their young.  The Garden may also contain a puddle of water and sunbathing spot.

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$150 minimum donation 

(If not Okaloosa County Florida, additional charges will apply.) 

  *Note: A percentage of all butterfly garden proceeds are awarded to the “Panhandle Butterfly House” 

Tax deductable charitable donation (501C(3) Non Profits)     


If you have a place in your yard and would like to assist in the conservation efforts for the most beautiful creatures in the world, then you will certainly want to have a butterfly garden.  Many species of butterflies (and bees) are disappearing due to their loss of natural habitat.  Creating a natural habitat is one of the best ways to save these pollinators, as well as creating a beautiful and peaceful place for you to enjoy them as they come to visit you.  

Native Wildflowers and Milkweed Only


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Butterfly Garden Project

124 SW Miracle Strip Parkway, Unit 702, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548, us

(850) 865-7590