Some Peacock Perspectives

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Today in the Sheinton Street garden we have both sunshine and warmth, elements that have been lacking so far this month. And so amongst the Doronicum we also have a profusion of peacock butterflies, sip-sipping like mad at the tiny compound flowerlets. I watch them as I hang out the washing – the survival imperative played out before our very eyes.

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15 thoughts on “Some Peacock Perspectives

    1. The butterflies seem to be coming and going in fits and starts. E.g. I’ve only seen one red admiral, but there have been masses of tortoiseshells right from early spring. I’ve not seen any Commas either. Usually see them on the allotment buddleias.

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