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Re: Monarch Larvae

How wonderful!  After all the 'lame ' reports we've been hearing about them,
I'm glad you have a bumper crop of Monarchs!
BTW - at the Display gardens on one of our Heuchera Palace Purple is one of
Bonnie's fantastic larva.  A fat, colorful, long bugger - we are so

----- Original Message ----- 
From: <Zemuly@aol.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Thursday, September 02, 2004 5:47 PM
Subject: [CHAT] Monarch Larvae

> Today I noticed all my Asclepias were completed denuded.  I looked  again
> saw they were literally covered with monarch larvae busily chomping  away.
> They seemed in a big hurry to get every last bite.  That is, of  course,
why I
> planted over a dozen new Asclepias this year to add to the numbers  I
> had.  I do hope all those little babies make it.  (Actually,  they were
not so
> little.)
> zem
> zone 7
> West TN
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