Monarch Favorites

At this time many of our plants are sold out. They will become available again, later this summer. You may place an order now for fall shipping, however, if the plants that you had hoped to order are not available, please check back with us in mid-July to place your order. (Seed orders are always shipped within a week of the order being placed.)
monarch butterfly on common milkweed

Native plants are best for attracting Monarchs. The female Monarch lays her eggs only on Milkweeds - plants in the Asclepias genus - where the caterpillars will hatch, feed and grow before forming a chrysalis. Make sure the Monarchs stay in your garden by including some of their favorite nectar plants, too. Late season blooms, such as asters and goldenrods, are a critical source of nectar during their fall migration to Mexico.

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