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What’s Fluttering In Your Garden?

Posted By Anne Brewer On 05/22/2011 @ 7:35 pm In Butterfly Gardening, Miscellaneous | 2 Comments

I’m seeing more and more butterflies in the garden now that the days are consistently warm.

Monarch on Penta lanceolata

Plant passion vine for the Gulf Frittilaries

Passiflora ssp.

I plant passion vine in a container to keep it from wondering into spaces where it is not welcome. It grows and blooms profusely all summer long and into the fall- seems to be very happy couped up in a pot and the frits love it!

The swallowtails love fennel and parsley…

Fennel for the swallowtails

Plant a way station of milkweed for the migrating monarchs…

Asclepias curassavica -Milkweed

Anything fluttering in your garden?

Hoping to have lots of larvae images next post…

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