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Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Many, Many Monarchs

There were even more monarch butterflies on the salvia and butterfly bush too.  I'm just amazed!


9 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for sharing the video. Hearing the wind rustling the plants and the wind chimes and seeing all the butterfly activity was great! Just beautiful!

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  2. You must be on a direct migration path. That is lovely.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  3. What a great little video. The monarchs sure are enjoying your Russian sage plants.

    FlowerLady

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  4. Wonderful! What time of day was that? Did they stay for long? I haven't been seeing as many recently, so I thought that maybe migration was slowing down.

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  5. Wow-you certainly must have done something right! Beautiful!!

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  6. So this is where all the monarch butterflies went this year. I hardly saw any in my own garden. Nice to be able to experience them in your video though.

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  7. I thought their migration was probably over too, so I will have to keep my eyes peeled yet for a huge group of them to come by!!

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  8. Fabulous! My husband is so jealous! We've put in Russian sages with our sunflowers and are investigating asters and something called mountain mint, which is a butterfly magnet. Great video!

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