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Point Roberts, WA

October 25, 2010
10:09 AM

Post #8175087

Please advise me of "larval host plants" that can be grown in NW Washington state.
Fort Worth, TX
(Zone 8a)

November 12, 2010
8:24 AM

Post #8207951

Here is a great reference page with a list of butterfly species for Whatcom County Washington. By clicking on the items you will link to the page for that species. On that page you will see a detail "Caterpillar Host".
Finding some of those plants may be challenging, and then some will be easy. The more challenging (imo), the more endangered that species may be. I will say that being on davesgarden, I have always been able to find what I needed.
If you have any questions on the plants or a particular species, please don't hesitate to discuss it with me here. I will support you in any way possible.


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