Backyard Front Yard: How to Create Your Own Monarch Butterfly Rest Stop in the Neighborhood

The Edgewater Glen Association will be collecting and redistributing milkweed seedlings to all the neighbors at the Edgewater Glen Plant Swap this year (May 23rd, 10:00-12:00 weather permitting).

If you have milkweed seedlings in your yard and would like to help redistribute this valuable Monarch Butterfly habitat throughout our neighborhood, come on out and meet your neighbors at the Plant Swap this month.

The first sighting of these seedlings (we think) in the neighborhood was sent in by our neighbor Frank yesterday. (see below)

Growing Milkweed for Monarch Butterflies

How to Create Your Own Butterfly Rest Stop

Majestic Monarch Butterflies Under Threat

https://soundcloud.com/hereandnowradio/majestic-monarch-butterflies

The Epic Journey of Monarch Butterflies

https://soundcloud.com/hereandnowradio/the-epic-journey-of-monarch

The First Edgewater Glen Milkweed Seedling (?)

Milkweed Seedlings

Milkweed Seedling?

3 Comments on “Backyard Front Yard: How to Create Your Own Monarch Butterfly Rest Stop in the Neighborhood

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