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Old 05-31-2011, 08:45 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by Teresa View Post
I've got Chelone glabra and Penstemon digitalis (Husker) planted fairly near each other, with some mountain mint (Pycnanthemum virginiana?) to hopefully attract the adults, and keep watch for B'more Checkerspots to appear.

Nothing last year, when I thought I might have achieved 'critical mass', maybe this will be the year!

Either way, I'm definitely planting more Chelone in the fall. . .
Good luck, Teresa.


I think I'd better start planting Chelone too. It is on my list, but now that I know it is a host plant, I may have to move it up to the top.
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