First Monarch Eggs in Marton.

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    milkweed
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    Lots of eggs plastered all over my Asclepias Physocarpa I discovered today. Haven’t seen the culprit, am sure they will return!

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    Swansong
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    Yeah I might as well pitch in and agree. Nice fine day! Supposed to be similar tomorrow. Beats that persistent drab look eh?

    Glad to see things happening for the Manawatu-ites with eggs and things.

    #22052

    Jane
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    Yes there aren’t a lot around are there. I saw one today as well – same as yours – in good order but a bit faded. More eggs have been laid here and there are some very tiny caterpillars hatched today on just one of my plants. I hope the wasps don’t get them.

    40degrees in your glasshouse WOW. Fantastic day eh? I hope it lasts a bit longer as this is the first really nice day we’ve had in ages : ) I managed to get out in the garden for hours, and had a chance to spray ‘Natures Curator’ on my Tomatos and swanplants. What a joy it is to have lovely weather! Good luck with getting your eggs to hatch into pillars : )

    #22047

    milkweed
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    Yes, it’s really a summers day here today!! My mini greenhouse keeps hitting the mid-40s so its open to cool it down. Eggs and culprit spotted on Asclepias Incarnata now too. Culprit looks to be in good condition although a little faded.

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    Jane
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    Thats great news. At last a bit of warmer weather around these parts too Milkweed – what a difference it makes : )

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