The Monarch Gardener
SEED BALL INFO:
Did you receive seed balls as a gift recently? Need more info about them? Click HERE
Learn how to do your own Neighborhood Milkweed Project, find and raise your own monarch caterpillars, and explore a monarch garden plant list. For details visit the Monarch Gardener's Blog.
Here's a cute little story of how our family has brought our organic and animal-friendly life style out of the garden and into our home. Meet Noodles, our house rabbit.
He gets his very own organic snack garden every spring! And the dill, parsley, carrots and fennel are host plants for the black swallowtail butterfly too! His story is featured here on the Cruelty Free Consumer website:
Monday June 117th
Rain or shine, I will update this on the 17th if I (or they) cancel due to thunderstorms.
Parker River National Wildlife Refuge
June 15th 10AM-3PM
This is a FREE Refuge-wide family event! Look for me near the parking lot, come make milkweed seed balls, plant milkweed seeds and do a craft or two to take home!
See their website for more details.
Friday June 21st 4-7 PM
Celebrate the Summer Solstice by filling out your garden!
NURSERY STOCK (IN SEASON) AND MILKWEED SEED BALLS ARE ALWAYS AVAILABLE FOR LOCAL PICK UP IN IPSWICH.
If you have an event or market you need a vendor or educator for please contact The Monarch Gardener.
To purchase nursery stock, milkweed seeds or seed balls please visit the "Shop" page.
Seed balls make excellent gifts! They are easily shipped or can be picked up in Ipswich, MA.
"Sustaining a species, one yard at a time."
Education programs, milkweed, native plants and seeds. Certified monarch way stations and pollinator gardens.
PUBLICATIONS AND NEWS STORIES:
Check out the Spring 2015 edition of the The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's News magazine. The Monarch Gardener has a short article on page 18!
Lead story in the spring 2015 edition of the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge's Wrack Line newsletter
The Monarch Gardener's pollinator gardens were featured in theIpswich Chronicle.
The Monarch Gardener was also a guest writer for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Northeast blog.