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wanted: wanted: caterpillar host plants

Posted by laurellily 9a Houston, TX (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 27, 07 at 10:20

I have dill and started fennel seeds, and I have parsley and milkweed, but I'm looking for more caterpillar host plants that grow well in Texas. Seeds, cuttings, any form of plant would be great... Will gladly pay for postage.

Thank you! : )


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RE: wanted: wanted: caterpillar host plants

Laurel, sunflowers,hollyhocks,& rue are also host plants & I think I may have more of those seeds. Sf & Hh for sure. Bev


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RE: wanted: wanted: caterpillar host plants

Thanks, Bev!

I just sent you an e-mail...


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RE: wanted: wanted: caterpillar host plants

Dont forget the passion flower they host alot of butterflys too.


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