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Fall is a beautiful time of year, not only for the profusion of leaf color, but for the passage of monarchs through the garden.  The flitting orange butterfly contrasts beautifully with the muted blues and purples of the asters and provides a spark of interest in the landscape.  Their wings are incredibly flexible when taking off from a flower and they’re very quick and hard to catch flying in a photo.  Enjoy!