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  • Dig In video series: How you can feed, provide habitat for migrating monarchs

    Monarch butterflies migrate to warmer climes in the fall. You can help them survive and thrive by growing lots of nectar-rich plants in your yard, as well as milkweed - the only plant monarch caterpillars eat. In this 19th installment of the Statesman's Dig In garden video series, Advanced Master Gardener Debbie Courson Smith talks about plants monarchs love and need. (Video by Katy Moeller)

Dig In video series: How you can feed, provide habitat for migrating monarchs

Monarch butterflies migrate to warmer climes in the fall. You can help them survive and thrive by growing lots of nectar-rich plants in your yard, as well as milkweed - the only plant monarch caterpillars eat. In this 19th installment of the Statesman's Dig In garden video series, Advanced Master Gardener Debbie Courson Smith talks about plants monarchs love and need. (Video by Katy Moeller)
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