Monarchs in September

16 Sep

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Thanks to Frank, we have documentation of our monarchs!  They’ve been out and about the garden and butterfly bushes for the past week.  On Monday I think Warner and I saw more than 20 hovering over the butterfly bushes, and flying over to the cucumber and tomato plants.  Just amazing . . .

And has anyone else noticed the tiny watermelons just starting to grow?   We found 2 VERY SMALL ones.  We’ll see if they make it.  They’re hard to find, hiding under what appears to be a squash vine.  We don’t know who planted that vine, but it’s certainly growing, if not producing any flowers or fruit!


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