Butterfly Chronicles forum: Daily Butterfly Chat Page 1

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ImageDebnes
Mar 5, 2010 12:27 AM CST
Name: Debbie (Debnes) Magnes
Deep Burbs
We will share daily butterfly observations here.

All are welcome and encouraged to chime in or watch the thread. The more we share the more we all learn.

Can't wait to see these guys again!

Eastern Tiger Swallowtail...

:-Debnes I tip my hat to you.

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ImageDebnes
Mar 5, 2010 10:16 AM CST
Name: Debbie (Debnes) Magnes
Deep Burbs
I will be out tomorrow working at the school garden, but feel free to talk amongst yourselves.. I want to see who's coming in, so don't be shy. I am listening.. Ears perked up!

:-D
ImageDebnes
Mar 9, 2010 7:47 AM CST
Name: Debbie (Debnes) Magnes
Deep Burbs
We're in for a beautiful day here, looks like we will reach 70*!! But be careful putting any tenders out, my research shows that the last frost will be after the first week in April.

It is a great time to get herbs like dill, parsley and fennel in the ground though, as they will not be affected. I'm looking for thew best deal on flats of these herbs to plant here and at the school.

The Rue at the school is still standing and even has leaves! Hurray!
ImageVizzle
Mar 11, 2010 10:51 PM CST
Name: Val Summers
Fort Worth, Texas
Eureeka! Here you are... Well, just poking around, checking out all of your cubits stuff :) and letting you know I have made one as well, called "The Canvas Human". I've only posted an introduction so far so let me know what you think. Love ya', V
Peace and Love, Val
Imagechris
Mar 12, 2010 3:53 PM CST
Name: chris Zone 8a
Peachtree City, GA
Its almost butterfly time here in GA. I am glad to see the butterfly cubits! Whew. lol

chris

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