Discussion in 'Plant ID' started by linds., Nov 26, 2016.
It's perching on some Wild Rosemary here in Central Texas. Can someone help identify this beauty?
If you can find a Passionflower vine next spring, put it in your garden and you will attract more of the butterflies and their caterpillars will love it.
Several Texans here, welcome to GardenStew.
I agree it looks like a Gulf Fritillary on the wild garlic linds.
Thank you so much!!!
Happy to suggest. Sorry about it just having a link. I forgot to type a title.
I can't guess what it is but it definitely IS beautiful
Linds-that was a great pic of that beautiful Fritillary Butterfly. We here in Wis. have the orange ones. That one is a stunner. Oh Yes, Welcome to the Stew. This is a fun and knowledge family from all over the world.
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