Here's a sampling of plants and more found in MG gardens at home and in the demonstration gardens. Also check out photos from our Fall into Gardening Day.
|A Red Spotted Purple on Impatiens (N.Miller)|
When they emerge as moths, they have a wing span of about 2 1/2 x 3 inches. The moths like deep-throated flowers such as honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica), petunia (Petunia spp.) and catalpa (Catalpa spp.). After dark, moths, as well as bats, take over the pollinating night shift.
|Monarch Caterpillar on Milkweed (J.Kauffman)|
|Monarch Chrysalis (J.Kauffman)|
|Monarch at Memorial Park (N.Miller)|
|Lots of Sunflowers (B.Petrucci)|
Fields and fields of sunflowers off Springview Road in Chambersburg.
|Sunflowers at Sunset (M.Bowman)|
|Black Swallowtail Caterpillars (C.Kagan)|
|Black Swallowtail Butterfly|
|Wooly Bear Caterpillar|
|Isabella Tiger Moth (S.Bayard)|
|Caterpillar (C.Kagan)/ Moth (B.Moul)|
What's in your yard or garden?