Dr. Bettye Myers, Dr. Jeff Robb, and TWU Chancellor Carine M. Feyten look at butterflies.
The Dr. Bettye Myers Butterfly Garden

The Dr. Bettye Myers Butterfly Garden

About the Project

TWU has approved a native plant butterfly garden project for the Denton campus that will attract and sustain monarchs and many other butterflies, bees, and birds. The butterfly garden is being supported financially by a generous grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (grant number: 83677401), funding from the university, and private donations. Read More >>

Butterfly Garden Photo Slideshow

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Monarch on Milkweed

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Fall Aster

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Bumblebee on Mealy Blue Sage

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Painted ladies on Mealy Blue Sage

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Milkweed

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Gulf Fritillary on Sage

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Monarch on Milkweed

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Painted Lady on Lantana

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Painted Lady on Milkweed

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Pollinator on Lantana

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Pollinators on Frogfruit

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Gulf Fritillary on Lantana

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Gulf Fritillary on Sage

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Common Checkered Skipper

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Caterpillar on Lantana

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Cloudless Sulphur

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Monarch on Milkweed

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Turk's Cap

Support the Project

Cone flower, a favorite butterfly flower
Cone flower, a favorite butterfly flower, growing in the Phase I area south of the Ann Stuart Science Complex

We need your help to make this project happen. Those who Make a Donation will be recognized on the website. Please select "Other" from the Designation drop-down menu then type "butterfly garden."

Supporter levels

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  • Silver Wing Supporter - Give at least $250.
  • Bronze Wing Supporter - Give at least $50.
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Volunteer

We need interested students to assist our faculty and staff in planting the gardens and maintaining them after they are established. Read More >>

Need more information?

For more information on fundraising efforts, please contact the Office of University Advancement.