Vol. 21 Issue 3, Summer 2016 By the Audubon at Home Ambassadors Now, for the first time in its history, gardening...
Vol. 20 Issue 2, Summer 2015 By Emily Bzdyk Milkweed is an important host plant for many insects. Most of...
Vol. 20, Issue 2, Summer 2015 By Donna Quinn Common MilkweedPhoto by Nicole Hamilton Common Milkweed’s story is also a...
I’ve been walking through milkweed patches, flipping over leaves, looking for chew marks, searching for eggs. So far, nada…no Monarch...
There have been reports of 3 Monarch butterflies in Loudoun so far – two in Purcellville and one in Round Hill....
Vol. 18 Issue 1, Spring 2013 by Sally Snidow One of the critical factors in the Monarch Butterfly’s struggle to...
Vol. 18 Issue 1, Spring 2013 by Kerry Bzdyk Common Milkweed Common Milkweed (Asclepias syriaca) – a fascinating plant with an...
Vol. 10 Issue 2, Summer 2005 By Nicole Hamilton Butterfly weedPhoto by Nicole Hamilton Butterfly weed (Asclepias tuberose) is a low-growing...
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