Fennel and Parsley are going on the list for next year. Thanks all.
In more butterfly/moth news, I came across a Polyphemus moth this morning. Antheraea polyphemus. It actually can't fly probably thanks to a bat or something so I brought it inside before the rain hit. Afterwards I decided to "Stage" some pictures. As much as I'd like to let it go, I know wings don't heal. Hopefully it was at the end of it's life cycle, I really love these huge moths and butterflies a lot.
Antheraea polyphemus moth host plants: Betula, (birch) Salix, (willow) Quercus, (oak) Acer, (maple) Carya, (hickory) Fagus, (beech) Gleditsia triacanthos, (honey locust) Juglans, (walnut) Pyrus, (pear and quince) Prunus, (plum, peach, apricot, cherry, etc.) Sassafras Citrus, (orange, grapefruits, lemons, limes, etc.) Ulmus americana, (American elm). I actually have a Pear and Nectarine tree out in the yard. Assuming it's a girl and mated, I'll try to see if she'll lay eggs on my trees.
In a bit of negative news about all this butterfly stuff, I found a cutworm or armyworm in my corn! How Dare Them!
Edit: not an IO Moth, changed to Polyphemus moth (Antheraea polyphemus)