The butterfly house is home to several types of butterflies. Earlier they brought in some small wooden pieces, a little bigger than a piece of paper, with rows of caterpillar pupa attached, and hung them inside little box-like shelters so the pupa could grow and develop. Now almost all of them are butterflies and according to the docent, a lot of them have made it outside the protective "house". The remaining ones are feasting on the array of flowers that blooming there just for them.
The ones outside are feasting, too, because there are beautiful flowers all around Epcot. They don't have to be in a special place or arrangement, sometimes you just glance over and there they are.