Are you ready to grow Milkweed from seed? These step by step instructions show exactly how easy it is to grow your own milkweed plants. It& a very simple project that will result in Monarch Butterflies magically appearing in your yard.
5 Ways to Make 2018 Your Best Monarch Season...Ever!
UPDATED Infographic: Want more butterflies in your yard? Plant the nectar plants they love! Here’s a great list of butterfly-attracting annual and perennial plants — including those needed for butterfly larvae. – New Gardening Ideas
There once was a time when trying to transplant milkweed with long taproots meant certain death. Try these 8 tips when transplanting, and watch your transplants not only survive.but thrive for monarch butterflies!
5 Spring Plants That Could Save Monarch Butterflies
Spider Milkweed is one of the first milkweed varieties to come back each spring and host eggs for the returning monarch butterflies. Hairsteaks and other pollinators like to sip on its sweet nectar too.
7 Plantastic Companion Plants for Milkweed in the Garden
A Companion Plant Idea for ALL Milkweed Varieties? Verbena bonariensis is a tall see-through nectar flower, which means it won't block out the sun from shorter milkweed plants. It also attracts a whole slew of pollinators, including monarch butterflies.