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More flowers in my cousin's garden.
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Thanks Lunie!




Thanks Lyndee. I have seen very few butterflies this year. All of them are very small yellow or white ones. No monarchs or swallowtails. Yes, the Glad is very dramatic, and such a vibrant red color!

Thank you Janet. Hugs.


A beautiful photo thanks Jacki, good luck withe butterfly attracting! Hugs.


I have a milkweed that grew out of nowhere and I won't pull it in hopes it will attract a butterfly. Haven't seen anything yet! Of course, milkweed is not a pretty plant and so far, it looks like an unwanted weed!!! I see the bee on the orange flower and the Glad is really pretty!


Ardy, there's a green headed slender bee-type insect on that bottom flower, but no butterfly. My wild guess about planting Glads is that you'd plant them in the fall to come up in the spring, but I really don't know.

Thanks Laura. I think that's what attracted me, the opulence of the red glad against the wildness of the grasses and butterfly weed.


What a delightful variety of flowers and grasses.


Beautiful, Jacki. I thought I saw a purple & black butterfly on the bottom most flower but I don't think it really is. Is this on the island? I love glads. I should plant some. When is the proper time? Do you know? Thanks. Love this.

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