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Wednesday, August 24, 2022


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Kris P

Butterfly shots are always a winner. Thanks for sharing yours.


What a beautiful photo, Linda! The butterfly numbers of all species seem to be down here in the Madison area this summer, but especially the Monarchs. Some sources say the season got off to a slow start with a cooler than normal spring. I hope we'll have some mild weather into autumn to help them recoup.

Linda Brazill

BETH — I've seen a few butterflies and only a couple of monarchs. I was looking at the Phlox and that butterfly landed right by me, so I was able to take a photo. 

Barbara H.

Perfect summer picture!


Nice photo, but I'm completely distracted by the flawless phlox foliage. Wow. So that's what it looks like.

Linda Brazill

FRANK -Phlox ‘Jeana’ is touted as mildew resistant. Year two and no problems. But it’s been hot and somewhat dry both summers. So, who knows for sure.

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