The Rosalynn Carter Butterfly Trail begins in Plains, Georgia at the home of President and Mrs. Jimmy Carter. The Carter’s garden contains nectar and host plants which provides habitat for butterflies common in our area.

We have 11 public gardens in Plains for visitors to enjoy as they tour historic Plains and the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site. Some of the gardens are small container gardens while others are in-ground gardens.

Maps are available downtown at the large Rosalynn Carter Butterfly Trail sign at the corner of Main and Hudson Street. You will also find information on how to join the trail online at http://www.jimmycarter.info. We have private, public and school gardens on the list that are scattered around the United States, Japan and Canada.

Map of the Rosalynn Carter Butterfly Trail in Plains

Map of the Rosalynn Carter Butterfly Trail in Plains

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