Wednesday, August 29, 2012


The buddleia in the far border has been attracting LOTS of butterflies.  Monarchs, tiger swallowtails, skippers, and more.
Buckeye on Buddleia
Silver-spotted skipper nectaring

It's been fun to watch the activity over the last few weeks!

1 comment:

  1. Thank God for butterfly bushes at this time of year to distract us from the bleak landscape. Growing up in Australia my grandparents had a farm on the edge of the Outback. They made a privacy fence which was as gray leafed variety buddlia with large yellow flower stems.
    Of coursed when you're a kid everything seemed larger than what actually was but I project it to be 10' wide at at least 12' high running at least30 long'. Nothing could make it through but the poisonous snakes.


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