Yesterday I was finally at the right place to capture a photo of a Spicebush
Swallowtail nectaring on George Tabor azaleas. I saw a Tiger but he flew.
They are sheltered from the wind here.
The bed behind Pink Pearl will soon attrect them when the wind dies down
and the rest of the azaleas open.
They are mostly nectaring on Azaleas and weeds, a good reason to leave
plants like Henbit, Harebells, Toadflax and other nectar plants.
If you can't wait to see butterflies, here is a one minute video from July, 2011.
Tigers are back.
Right now I'm going outside to watch for more butterflies.