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Re: Rain, Monarchs

I have some self seeded verbena bonariensis that is a wonderful butterfly 
magnet.You have to walk thru clouds of red admirals, sulfers, and occasional 
swallowtails to get to my front door. I am always annoyed at this exuberant plant 
that seems to want to invade every space but then the butterflies come and I 
don't have the heart to pull it before the seeds drop so I have more plants 
next spring and so the cycle continues. Kathyz5

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