Yogi19 posted:
Extremely Fluffy Fluffy Thing posted:

Yesterday's lepidopteric visitors were a Red Admiral and........what I believe was........... a female Brimstone!

My bi-coloured buddleia has been attracting lots of butterflies 

I used to have a pink buddleia which attracted lots of butterflies, but it'sgone now. However I have a hydrangea, that can't make up it's mind whether to be blue or pink, which seems to be quite attractive to the winged creatures.

Extremely Fluffy Fluffy Thing posted:
Yogi19 posted:
Extremely Fluffy Fluffy Thing posted:

Yesterday's lepidopteric visitors were a Red Admiral and........what I believe was........... a female Brimstone!

My bi-coloured buddleia has been attracting lots of butterflies 

I used to have a pink buddleia which attracted lots of butterflies, but it'sgone now. However I have a hydrangea, that can't make up it's mind whether to be blue or pink, which seems to be quite attractive to the winged creatures.

Your hydrangea sounds pretty.  I’ve got a pink one - I think the colour is determined by the PH of the soil (or something like that)

 

It's been a while since I posted. Yesterday I went for a Bank Holiday walk in a local park, Endcliffe Park, one of my easily accessible parks. En route home I took a few photographs in the Botanical Gardens, here they are ...

 

As ever, right click and open image in a new window for the full size version. 

 

 

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