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
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)

Yogi19
Enthusiastic Contrafibularities posted:
velvet donkey posted:

My time is up EC         

 Not while we are all around. 

Far too many posts to make my friend. 

Here, here 

Moonie