You’ve come a long way, baby.

April 25, 2011 @ 10:20 am | Filed under: , ,

See the big rip in its wing? Looks like it may have found our milkweed just in time. It seems too tuckered to go much farther.

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This photo by Rose.


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    Jordin says:

    poor thing! It must be very thankful for your kind garden!

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    Jennifer says:

    Beautiful photo Miss Rose!

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    Hannah says:

    Terrific photo, Rose!

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    MelanieB says:

    We are just dying to have butterflies. Bella saw the first one of the season on Sunday (how appropriate!) a little cabbage white. I think we may try to plant milkweed. She desperately wants a butterfly garden.

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    Marcie in Canada says:

    Oh how we love the monarchs. We are in Ontario, Canada and our milkweed and butterfly bush attract so many. I actually grew up in a little town with a little park called Point Pelee, that is actually a point that juts into the north end of Lake Erie. Every fall thousands upon thousands of monarchs gather there to muster up strength for the long migration south. I love how these beautiful creatures can connect us!! Maybe your little guy will make it up here!

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    Selena says:

    You can actually repair the wings of a Monarch butterfly, and then release it! Some how-to videos are online.
    Selena.