The reason is because milkweed plants are disappearing all across the US
Our goal is to increase the quantity of all nectar plants along with the Milkweed which they need to survive.
Although the Milkweed is the host plant, other flowers will provide the extra boost that they need.
Due to this massive decline, the US Fish and Wildlife Service was petitioned to list the monarch as a threatened species under the Federal Endangered Species Act.
Did you know that the Monarch Caterpillar only eats the milkweed, the monarch butterfly is also known as the "Milkweed Butterfly"
Milkweed are rapidly disappearing due to the loss of habitat stemming from land development and the widespread spraying of weed killer on fields.
Please visit Save Our Monarchs. A non profit organization dedicated to saving the embattled monarch butterflies. Here you can purchase the Milkweed Seeds in packets or in bulk.