Back in September a visitor arrived on our pot of flat leaved parsley. Right before we moved back to Wisconsin from SF we had the pleasure of seeing some Anise swallowtails released in our garden thanks to Tim.
This time one hatched out back all on its own. I’m all about planting for pollinators these days and it looks like it paid off.
Anyone know what this guy is on the Coreopsis tinctoria?
I love this tiny guy, but have no idea what it is. We have all kinds of cool stuff flying around out back.
One last pic on the oregano it hatched from. For more butterfly action check out Butterflies & Blooms at the Conservatory of Flowers.
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