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Growing Milkweed for Monarchs - One of the keys to having monarchs-for their survival now and in the future-is having lots of milkweed. Here are step by step instructions on how to grow milkweed!

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. #garden #gardening

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. #garden #gardening

the pitcher plant - looks like a butterfly!

How to Start a Monarch Butterfly Garden at Home

How to Start a Monarch Butterfly Garden...that Gets Results!

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6 Easy-Care Midwest Native Plants

Orange butterfly milkweed.

Monarch Butterfly Annual Cycle

Brillant : Un double seau spécial pour faire pousser les pommes de terre!

Urban potato farming. Take one plastic planter, cut out the sides and place in a second planter. Makes for easy harvesting.

Zebra Hollyhocks are perennials that bloom all summer long. They are easy to grow, self seed, are drought tolerant, and attract butterflies. They grow in sun to part shade and get 2-4' tall. Great for perennial beds, cottage gardens, borders, and rock gardens. Zones 4-8

Best Plants for Butterflies for Midwest Gardens

Zinnias, of course! Best Plants for Butterflies for Midwest Gardens