Our crown flower trees are now bare with hardly much leaves left. Leaves (are) were munched by butterfly caterpillars for the last month and a half. It is a devastated sight from a crown flower farmer or a home owner perspective. But to caterpillars, fatten by every inch of leaves is a must, in order to get ready for coconing, then becoming butterflies. We put our blinders on and let the caterpillars munch on. We welcome the devastation, knowing that there will be more butterflies for the world. The tree will be refilled with leaves again. It will be soon be spring, summer, fall, then again butterflis return and lay their eggs.
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