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'Good Golly Miss Molly; how beautiful you are!'
'Good Golly Miss Molly; how beautiful you are!'

Miss Molly is a butterfly bush that will not spread and is approved for sale in Oregon and Washington under the name summer lilac. PHOTOS BY NORMAN WINTER

'Good Golly Miss Molly; how beautiful you are!'
'Good Golly Miss Molly; how beautiful you are!'

Above left, The Silver-spotted Skipper with his orange stripes is a fluttering butterfly that will find Miss Molly to be a special treat. Above right, This American Lady butterfly also finds Miss Molly to be just perfect.

'Good Golly Miss Molly; how beautiful you are!'

This Pipevine Swallowtail has found dining pleasure on Miss Molly summer lilac or butterfly bush. PHOTO BY NORMAN WINTER

'Good Golly Miss Molly; how beautiful you are!'

‘Good Golly Miss Molly How Beautiful You Are’ is just the response one of my Facebook followers wrote upon seeing my post. This was a statement of awe about one of the best butterfly bushes in the market and not my incredible photo of a Pipevine Swallowtail feeding on it.

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