- Sep 29, 2012
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If you grow parsley, dill, or fennel outdoors, they will find you! The giant one likes citrus. I get a few caterpillars on my Meyer lemon every year.I've just googled Swallowtails. They really are gorgeous! I believe they live in my area too, but they're very rare here. So far, I saw them maybe once or twice.
You're welcome! The tubes are for composting, the worms should already be in the soil, so you don't really have to do anything to incorporate them. This is really about recycling scraps, though there's the combined benefit of it being directly in the garden bed. Because of the amount of space you have, you should consider trench composting your first year.This is so awesome, thank you so much for posting this. This is exactly what I have been looking for. I have been trying to find a way to incorporate worms into my gardening plans. I think they are an awesome way to enrich soil and keep it perfect for great plant growth.