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Re: OT: Butterfly Attractors

From: "R. S. Lockman" <thelockmans@tntie.com>

Arnold, I may be mistaken but did you say dill  reseeds itself. I wish I
could get that to happen. What conditions? Do you have a lot of mulch where
it is planted or not? Are there different kinds of dill? If you have any
extra seeds I would like to try it again. My plants died out the first
winter and didnt seed back or anything.
Donna Lockman

> From: Arnold Koekkoek <koekkoek@dordt.edu>
> To: iris-talk@onelist.com
> Subject: [iris-talk] Re: OT:  Butterfly Attractors
> Date: Friday, September 04, 1998 12:01 PM
> From: koekkoek@dordt.edu (Arnold Koekkoek)
> I find parsley with many monarch caterpillars, too, as Anner noted.  And
> may I also suggest dill.  I planted it years ago and never have to
> anymore because it seeds itself.  The monarchs seem to lay their eggs
> there even more than on the parsley, and since there is so much of it
> growing I never have to worry there won't be enough to supply both the
> caterpillars and the Koekkoeks.  
> Arnold
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> Adjunct Professor of History          Home Ph. (712)722-0724
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