Please send me milkweed seeds!

Please send me a free packet of Asclepias tuberosa, "Butterfly Weed," required for the lifecycle of the Monarch Butterfly! I promise to plant the seeds and nurture sprouts, placing outdoors in sunshine. (If I think about it in three months, I will send a photo of the mature plant with caterpillar!)

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For more information on Everything Milkweed, visit the website of this master butterfly supporter:

Arcolution LLC and Eve Reynolds have no connection at all to the above-mentioned website and its carryings on, we just found it fascinating and useful.

Our Milkweed (Asclepias tuberosa) seed giveaway program is sponsored by Arcolution LLC as part of the company's policy on working for common good in community.

Eve Reynolds

3027 Windsor Ave Los Angeles, CA 90039 US

(818) 915-2219


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YES! illustration by Enkhbayar Munkh-Erdene

the Milkweed and the monarch: a love story

Indicator Species Populations Dropping Precipitously Low

  "Monarchs are an indicator species telling us something is wrong with our  environment.  They share their habitat with birds, bats, bees, and other pollinators responsible for producing a third of our food supply." 

YES! Magazine, Nov 2018

A Fine Read!

YES! Magazine did a wonderful story on the glorious milkweed in November, 2018, entitled "This Is the Only Plant That Can Save Monarch Butterflies."

Go to it here: