Sold widely as an excellent nectaring plant... I find that it demands a lot of water or it will promptly wither; and sadly, doesn't really seem so attractive to local butterflies. Perhaps others have had more luck.
Torn & tattered.
End of the trail for this brave little hairstreak? Seemed to be making some progress in getting loose.
On an adjacent branch, a flower spider. I didn't think these used webs; and I think that it was only being opportunistic as the butterfly blundered into the remnants of an old web.
I should have stayed to watch, but could not.
Eating the wild mustard.
I've seen these a dozen times at this location, but lack the gear to get a nice image.
Much smaller than others I've seen; I suppose I might be wrong.
Still retaining one breeding plume.