Designed and planted in a Northamptonshire Country Park. The park’s staff had begun a project in an area, however they needed some help. Hugh was able to design and research plantings that would not only give the butterfly’s nectar during the summer months but also offer them grasses and other plants that hosted there caterpillars so they could feed and pupate all in its one garden. It was important that it was a delightful visitor attraction as well. In deed part of plan was to set up a volunteer gardeners to learn about it and to take on its day-to-day care. This was successful received by giving tlks and guided walks and involving people in the building process.