Want to help monarch butterflies? Be careful when selecting your milkweed. Not all plants that go by the common name of "milkweed" are the food that these butterflies need. Milkweed is both a food source and a host plant on which the monarch butterflies lay their eggs. Monarchs lay their eggs on the underside of the milkweed foliage.
Bring enchantment to your garden by planting milkweed. These plants offer a triple delight - they are attractive, straightforward to grow, and play a significant role in the monarch butterfly's life cycle. This blog will delve into the joys of cultivating milkweed and the benefits it brings. We'll guide you through the process of planting and caring for these plants, showing you how simple it is to make a difference in the lives of monarchs.