Milkweed flower

Enhance the beauty of your garden with stunning milkweed flowers. Discover top ideas to incorporate these vibrant blooms into your outdoor space and attract butterflies and bees.
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Planting milkweed this year? If your goal is to provide habitat for monarch butterflies, you’ll want to choose milkweed varieties that are native to your region – and suitable for your site conditions. Milkweed is essential to the monarch lifecycle, serving as a host plant for monarch eggs and a food source for the resulting

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Diane Piktialis
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Rachel Wiwer
Flowers are usually chosen for gardens based on color, ease of care, or another physical feature. Milkweeds (Asclepias spp.) are somewhat special in this regard as they’re the only plant that monarch caterpillars – which grow into the threatened monarch butterfly – can eat. If there’s no milkweed, there won’t be any monarchs. A lot of milkweed planted now goes into butterfly and pollinator gardens. White Milkweed Plant, Milkweed Garden Design, Milkweed Garden, Flowers For Butterflies, Butterfly Milkweed, Milkweed Flower, Earth Food, Butterfly Food, Monarch Butterfly Garden

Flowers are usually chosen for gardens based on color, ease of care, or another physical feature. Milkweeds (Asclepias spp.) are somewhat special in this regard as they’re the only plant that monarch caterpillars – which grow into the threatened monarch butterfly – can eat. If there’s no milkweed, there won’t be any monarchs. A lot of milkweed planted now goes into butterfly and pollinator gardens.

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