OK, not really. Pale Swallowtails are quite rare here, so when I saw one feeding on these flowers I raced for my camera. Just as I focused this Anna’a Hummingbird showed up and aggressively drove the swallowtail away.
We had the second-wettest February on record in the Puget Sound, followed by the wettest March ever recorded, so needless to say, I haven’t made much progress preparing the garden for planting. That has left more time in the greenhouse, so my tomato starts (120 mainly heirloom varieties) are doing well.