The 4-year-olds – including  Tenzley Ingram, Lily Moss, Waylon McCain and Olivia McMichen, pictured above – at the First Presbyterian Day School spent Wednesday morning planting a garden to attract butterflies and hummingbirds. The students, with the help of Rebecca Hutto, Tracy Thomas and Marijean Hadley, planted fennel, dianthus, dill, Queen Anne’s lace and more. The garden begins a series of lessons in which the children will learn the entire life cycle of butterflies. In addition, it created a more beautiful out door space, Hutto and Thomas said. | Alison James
The 4-year-olds – including Tenzley Ingram, Lily Moss, Waylon McCain and Olivia McMichen, pictured above – at the First Presbyterian Day School spent Wednesday morning planting a garden to attract butterflies and hummingbirds. The students, with the help of Rebecca Hutto, Tracy Thomas and Marijean Hadley, planted fennel, dianthus, dill, Queen Anne’s lace and more. The garden begins a series of lessons in which the children will learn the entire life cycle of butterflies. In addition, it created a more beautiful out door space, Hutto and Thomas said. | Alison James

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