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My friend Annie planted fennel in her garden this year with hopes of attracting Eastern Black Swallowtails to lay their eggs there. Fennel is one of their many host plants (things that their caterpillars can eat when they hatch), along … Continue reading →
On the weekend of September 8 and 9, we got lucky here on the Ohio shore of Lake Erie. I’d thought it was going to be a good weekend to hunker down indoors with coffee and a good book, and … Continue reading →
I’ve written here about raising monarch butterfly caterpillars in the past couple of years. It’s even more exciting now that I have my very own milkweed plants and can watch the butterflies laying eggs in my yard and then bring … Continue reading →
Do you find that you go through phases in life where your interests change suddenly? I do, and I’m moving into another one of those now. I think my recent trip to Costa Rica helped clarify things for me — … Continue reading →
Today is the continuation of the story I began in my last post, about raising my first Monarch butterfly. On the evening of August 18, I noticed that I could see the butterfly’s wings through the chrysalis, so I knew … Continue reading →