|Event: Habitat Project|
|Date of Sighting: 09/02/2011||Latitude: 39.8001||Longitude: -74.6281|
|Town: Vincentown||State/Province: NJ||Country:|
|Planted about five Asclepius Incarnata last fall and everyone of them survived the winter and have provided lots of food for Monarchs. I also planted about five of the common Swamp Milkweed. The Monarchs seem to prefer the hybrid variety of Asclepius, but have had some caterpillars on the common milkweed, as well.
I have plenty of Phlox in the garden and lots of other flowering plants that butterflies visit for nectar.
|Name: Rose M M||Teacher's Name:|
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