It’s a dreadful Saturday morning in Florida, our first cold front of the season is moving through spawning 35 mph winds and pouring rain. I spotted some new butterflies in my garden this week and decided that would be a better post than blurry, windblown flowers photos. I started a pollinator garden about two years ago and was astonished at how many butterflies appeared in my garden to devour my botanical treats. Here are a few:
The Giant Swallowtail on Firebush.
Cloudless Sulphur Caterpillar on Senna ligustrina.
Zebra Longwing Butterfly:
Gulf Fritillary Butterfly on Zinnias:
Pipevine Swallowtail Butterfly on Firebush:
Black Swallowtail on screen porch:
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