We have some pineapple sage in our patio pots, it gets really big and late in the summer when it blooms, the hummingbirds love it. Alas it is only an annual here.That is a pretty butterfly!
What a pretty butterfly!
Oh I LUFFS buttie pillars, there are too few in my garden this year, some white ones, the orange ones haven't arrived yet....ummmmm...could you send a few over 'cos yours looks VERY prettyLoves and licky kissesPrincess Leah xxx
Beautiful garden. Love the butterfly pictures.
We love butterflies and your garden is sure looking picture purrfect! Thanks for joining the Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!
guyz.....itz total lee awesum mom cap sured sum butterfliez fotoz....himz N joyin de butterfly bush for sure; we wish wecould keep one in R yard ~~~~~~~~ ☺☺♥♥
Any idea what type of butterfly that is? I've planted some native Michigan plants, in the hopes that they attract bees, birds, butterflies and bats!
Lovely flowers in your garden kitties and that butterfly is so beautiful. We don't have these kinds of butterflies in our Country, unfortunately... Pawkisses for a Happy Day :) <3
Nice Gulf Fritillary. I had to ask my hubby , the butterfly expert what it was :) Great photos.
We have that same butterfly here! Do you know its name? We think it is a Frittilary (too lazy to search through our butterfly book).We had some cultivated goldenrod for about 5 years, but they died out. Maybe the cultivated kind are shorter-lived. We plan to try them again though.
That is a beautiful butterfly. We don't think we've ever seen one like it here.
What a gorgeous butterfly...and your garden is always so pretty!!xoxo,Jakey Arty & Rosy
I like your garden :) It has to be really nice to be able to spend your free time there!
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