Paint it blue.
It was a scene at the home improvement store as Maya and I, pleaded our case to Dack for this outdoor paint. We wanted this beautiful color on the outside of our house: "It's for the Cassia and the Sulphurs! They'll look so pretty in front of the turquoise!" Large Yellow and Orange Sulphur Butterflies lay their eggs on yellow flowering Cassia plants. This tropical Candlestick Cassia grows wild in the woods of Costa Rica and it also does great here in Central Florida! We started these seeds last Christmas and brought them in during every threat of frost. In Spring, we transplanted the saplings underneath all the front windows to make a hedge and a haven for our favorite things. We painted the house in May. Now, it's all coming together. The Cassia brings the yellow butterflies to the windows, we enjoy their fluttering from the living room sofa and the turquoise colored house paint, makes a perfect, picture/memory.