If anyone has any milkweed seeds and would sell them to me for a few
bucks let me know. (I have PayPal) I would like to plant some on my
apartment balcony to attract monarchs if it isnt too late to plant
them already. I would like to plant the exact same type that grows in
this area if possible. If anybody can even tell me a specific exact
place near Sacramento to find real milkweed plants to get seeds from
that would be nice too. (I used to know some places in Stockton but
they have all been killed off with pesticides)
Also if anyone has any advice on soil, type of pots or planters,
watering etc. or anything having to do with growing these from a
balcony let me know. Ideally I would like the whole balcony packed to
the brim inside and out with nothing but milkweed to try and attract
maximum butterflies/caterpillars. I was even thinking about catching
caterpillars from wild plants (if I can ever locate some) and putting
them on mine to get the process started a bit.
Thanks in advance for any advice or help. -SaTcom2
consider bog milkweed ... it is also attractive to monarchs. Ingrid
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