I can't identify the plant that has bushy red blooms. I assume that if it is in the butterfly garden somebody has seen butterflies on it. Butterfly bush is good; I don't grow it because my soil has nematoes and it falls right over. One of the big problems for a butterfly garden is keeping a succession of blooms through all of warm weather. Once the azaleas are gone, what will keep nectar for any butterflies coming by? In my garden it's Dianthus, both Cheddar pinks and Sweet Williams, Pentas from cutting that I carried over, and Petunias. Lantana is the biggie right now -- the trailing lavender kind like I saw in one of Julie's photos. That lavender lantana will bloom in shade. Purple Coneflower is starting to bloom; butterflies won't touch it after May when funner things are blooming. I saw a Cloudless Sulphur on Rose Campion this morning. I still think that garden needs a path, actually two paths. I would put a path wide enough for one person from East to West, splitting the 7' area, and another narrow path from East to West starting in that little corner by the 5' area. That way the whole area can be reached for weeding and planting without stepping in the beds. I am not a fan of stepping stones unless they are continuous, no hopping.