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October 28, 2015

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Beth @ PlantPostings

Amazing! For the past couple of weeks, I've been thinking I might see my last Monarch of the season, but I haven't seen any since early October. Good luck to your late bloomer! Beautiful photos, as always!

Lona

Oh I love those nubby pumpkins! I have seen all different kinds here lately in all the fall flea markets ans farmers markets. I have planted more Butterfly plants around the yard in hoping to get some Monarchs to fly by. I am still waiting. :) Maybe one summer it will happen. Have a lovely week.

Nancy Anderson

God's creations are definitely fascinating and amazing! I have really enjoyed these posts.

Dana

That is such a great story Kathleen! So happy you found the fourth one and so happy he's on his way. Hope he makes it. Great photos and loved how you wrote about the experience!

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