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free milkweed seeds or plants

Posted by amber_m 5 (amber_mcmyne@yahoo.com) on
Fri, Jul 19, 13 at 16:45

hey,
does anyone know anywhere i could get free milkweed seeds or plants? i would like to transform my backyard into a monarch garden and would like LOTS of milkweed. it bothers me that i havent seen a monarch butterfly in a few years and i would like to help give them a safe place to be. any help or info would be greatly appreciated!


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RE: free milkweed seeds or plants

Amazon has 100 seeds for 80 cents plus shipping.here is the link http://www.amazon.com/Common-MILKWEED-Asclepias-Syriaca-Flower/dp/B004YWKLVS/ref=sr_1_sc_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1374534693&sr=8-1-spell&keywords=mikweed+seeds


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ok cool, thank you!


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I can send you a lot of seeds.


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RE: free milkweed seeds or plants

Hi Amber
I have 2 colors and they had a lot of seeds right now. One is yellow, another red/ yellow center.
I can send you seeds too.

barfootgardner12
Do you have white color? would you like to trade?
sue


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hi, i would be very grateful for some seeds... its sad that when i was a kid there were monarchs everywhere and everywhere you looked you could find some milkweed... now you have to really look HARD to find any... so sad!


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my monarchs eat my milkweed down..no seed pods this year. But I do have seedlings pop up all over the yard. i have quite a few butterfly varieties visit my gardens. The one that I really love is the zebra long wing which is the state butterfly of Florida. The first few years i lived here I saw 1. Now I see them everyday! Having larval and nectar plants has done the trick.


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