Relief for Weary Monarch Butterflies

Monarch butterfly populations are in danger, but there are a few simple steps you can take to help them thrive.



Monarch Caterpillars
You can help monarch butterfly populations thrive by planting milkweed, the only plant the caterpillars can eat, in your back yard.
Photo courtesy DAVID CAVAGNARO
Monarch Butterfly
Meadow Blazing Star (Liatris ligulistylis) is an excellent source of nectar for adult monarch butterflies. And this hardy perennial is easy to grow almost anywhere in North America.
Photo courtesy DAVID CAVAGNARO

















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