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Setting the Table for a Regal Butterfly Comeback, With Milkweed - The New York Times

Setting the Table for a Regal Butterfly Comeback, With Milkweed

Setting the Table for a Regal Butterfly Comeback, With Milkweed - The New York Times

Monarch butterfly on dogbane by Laura Tangley

Monarch butterfly on dogbane by Laura Tangley

Asclepias meadii is a rare species of milkweed known by the common name Mead's milkweed. It is native to the praries in the American Midwest.

Asclepias meadii is a rare species of milkweed known by the common name Mead's milkweed. It is native to the praries in the American Midwest.

“Above all, send the bees love. Every little thing wants to be loved.”  ― Sue Monk Kidd

“Above all, send the bees love. Every little thing wants to be loved.” ― Sue Monk Kidd

Handbook of Nature Study: Outdoor Hour Challenge- Seasonal Milkweed Study

Handbook of Nature Study: Outdoor Hour Challenge- Seasonal Milkweed Study

Wide angle macro photography from Alex Wild

Wide angle macro photography from Alex Wild

DSC02866 Queen Butterfly on Liatris acidota

DSC02866 Queen Butterfly on Liatris acidota

Experience Monarch joy this summer and raise your own Monarch butterflies! FREE Monarch eggs available at http://Butterfly-Fun.com/marketplace/monarch-eggs.htm

Experience Monarch joy this summer and raise your own Monarch butterflies! FREE Monarch eggs available at http://Butterfly-Fun.com/marketplace/monarch-eggs.htm

Butterflies are readily attracted to the flowers on this Prairie Splendor Coneflower. Just one of the coneflowers in my garden.

Butterflies are readily attracted to the flowers on this Prairie Splendor Coneflower. Just one of the coneflowers in my garden.

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