Friday, April 24, 2015

The Monarch Butterfly needs your help


I spotted this little cocoon near a vent on my house
I kept a close eye on it...

Then one morning I saw this
A darkening and the faint image of orange wings!


Within minutes this happened!!


slowly pulling itself out of the cocoon


found its way to a Milkweed bush


Full beautiful splendor 


This was an absolute joy to watch...
and now you can have this happen in your own backyard!!

Please plant milkweed in your garden ....
The monarch butterflies need it for their survival..
You will be so happy that you did...this is something you can share with your children and grandchildren...Help to teach them the wonders of nature...and the miracle of birth..

I am enclosing a link...read all the information..it's so informative...then
 get some FREE SEEDS to fill your garden with
color and to save these beautiful creatures.

Here is the link...the butterflies and Beatnheart will love you





6 comments:

Kath said...

How exciting! thankyou for sharing this very special moment.

Anvil Artifacts said...

Wonderful post, Cynthia! Thank you for sharing this beautiful moment and for the link!

OldLady Of The Hills said...

Such a beautiful post---Great pictures!!!!I ordered some seeds---even though I cannot get down into my garden anymore, I want to help save these gorgeous needed Butterfly's.

And, thank you so very much for your lovely, caring and supportive words, my dear....It means EVERYTHING to me.....and No, that lady has not come back, as of this writing---Who knows if she will....It really doesn't matter in the final analysis----I do not recall her having been a regular reader or commenting before.
I'm very touched by all the truly loving comments that came from this post, so, I thank her for propelling me to update!

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Linda said...

What a beautiful thing to see! Thank you so much for sharing it.

Joanna Jenkins said...

I'm excite to experience this amazing sight too! We are doing a complete drought tolerant overhaul in our yard and multiple milkweed plants are going to be planted!
Hope all is well with you!
xo jj

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