Our grandson, Jared, was walking Raider around the house and came running in to tell me about all of the monarch butterflies on my 'pink flowers'. He was right! I had never seen so many at one time. They were flitting all over the yard at each grouping of Sedum.
I grabbed my camera, but Monarchs flutter away when you try to get near. Actually, they were all fluttering about and barely lighted on a blossom for more than a moment.
I counted 10-15 butterflies frantically fluttering from Sedum to Butterfly Bush. And that was just at one area. They were beautiful and we were very excited to see them!
Returning to the house I noticed my pots of Dahlia looking a little happier than they had been. I couldn't resist the soft pink ones.
(Previous post on these Eastern Black Swallowtails)
Joining Susan @A Southern Daydreamer for Outdoor Wednesday!