Enjoy them while you can!
Dragon Fly season is about to begin – at least it might be.
I really didn’t know much about dragon flies until recently, and what I discovered was quite interesting – if it’s all true, that is.
It turns out that the life cycle of the dragon fly depends on the weather.
Once the eggs hatch, the nymph cycle begins.
It would be great for that to last forever since little dragon fly nymphs eat mosquitos.
But, alas, the nymph stage can last from months up to 4 years – depending on the weather!
Maybe you’ll have dragon flies this summer, or possibly you’ll have dragon fly nymphs eating the mosquitoes.
Either way, you can celebrate the wonderfulness of dragon flies and their benefit to our good health in a quilt block: