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Mar 2, 2014 2:49 PM CST
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Name: Stevie Ohlarik
Newport, MI (Zone 6b)
So far I have swamp and tropical milkweed, plains coreopsis and wild potato growing. I also put some hollyhock and hollyhock seeds in my park bio sponges and hope to get them growing ASAP. I did plant some non-native nectar seeds like arroyo lupine, blue butterfly bush and lantana. Wish I could get the wifi to work on my phone to get pictures but its acting up. As soon as it work I will go pic crazy Smiling
Mar 5, 2014 5:13 PM CST
Name: Linda Williams
Medina Co., TX (Zone 8a)
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Glad to hear you're growing something for butterflies! They can use all the help they can get this year!
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Mar 13, 2014 4:14 AM CST
Name: Carole
Clarksville, TN (Zone 6b)
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Good for you. You should attract a number of butterflies with those plants. Hurray!
I garden for the pollinators.
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