ELKTON — The weather might keep the guests of honor from appearing at this year’s Blooms and Butterflies Celebration, though the forecast for the fourth Saturday of June looks pleasant enough. Cold temperatures in early spring delayed Southern Oregon’s caterpillars from forming into chrysalises. That will set back the date they’ll emerge from their pupal state. No painted ladies will be around Saturday, but a few monarchs might show up at the Elkton Community Education Center, which hosts the annual celebration on the center’s busy 30-acre grounds between Highway 38 and the Umpqua River. Operations Manager Sue Butkus said it’s …
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