On our dill this year, it has been a black swallowtail invasion, which has caused some to celebrate and a few to voice concern. Some gardeners might look at the dill covered in black swallowtail caterpillars and asked what we are going to do about that.
Yes, I planted dill in our herb garden, right where you might expect it. But my goal wasn’t fresh pickles or harvesting a few sprigs for my favorite culinary dish — I did it for the butterflies.
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