The numbers of monarchs have decreased significantly over the last 20 years, but together we can help save them. Milkweed plants are the only source of food for the monarch caterpillar. But these plants are rapidly disappearing, due to the loss of habitat stemming from land development and the widespread spraying of weed killer on the fields where they live. No matter who you are or where you live, you can get involved today. Start by planting milkweed and nectar plants. You’ll be rewarded not only with the knowledge that you are making a difference, but also by attracting monarch butterflies into your own back yard, illuminating beautiful transformative healing energy.
These seed bombs add a burst of color to your garden or a vacant lot - just throw and grow. Flower seeds are 'planted' within the clay and compost balls, awaiting rain and sun to germinate, lay down roots and send up their blooms. Simply toss on any bare patch of soil, or in your garden or flower pot, then water or wait for rain. Even great when planted in fall or winter for natural cold stratification, emerging in spring.
Contains 6 common milkweed, asclepias syriaca, and 6 rose milkeeed, asclepias incarnata, seed bombs, vital food for monarch butterflies. Non-GMO, neonicotinoid free.
A collaboration with C.R.O.W. River Organic Works.