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If your dad is a fan, the milkweed plant giveaway will repeat from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, June 17.
In Audubon Park, residents are planting milkweed in planter boxes at apartments and businesses.
Monarchs seek refuge in the milkweed and lay their eggs on it.
But small areas of milkweed in a yard can provide nesting grounds for Monarchs and other pollinators.
Non-native milkweed species planted in the southern U.S. could harm monarch butterflies as temperatures rise.
Then focus on adding more seasonal diversity, like milkweeds for summer, asters for fall.
Come mid-March, spring flowers like desert marigolds, brittle brush, and perry penstemon fill the park’s several gardens with color, and native milkweed attracts monarch butterflies.
Helping monarchs, for many people, means planting milkweed and then noticing if one fluttered into your living room.
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: a type of North American plant that has white juice
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