The very reason I planted a Cassia Alata or candle bush was to attract the Cloudless Sulphur butterflies. They use this wonderfully large shrub and foliage as a host plant to lay their eggs.
This little lady is obliging me.
There are many that come to visit in the new front planting now. The new planting bed adds a convenient stop between my neighbor's front garden and the rest of mine.
It amazes me how easy this process works. Plant what the butterflies like and they will come every time. Somehow they find their way.
They make me happy watching them and knowing they are comfortable in my pesticide-free garden.