Joanna Kirby, president of the Kentucky Garden Club, is urging gardeners to establish “monarch way stations” across the state where the larvae may feed.
Kirby and others, including Monarchwatch.org and Wild Ones, a leader in the natural landscaping movement, want gardeners to understand how to build and maintain monarch habitats, including milkweed. That is not just an activity for gardeners; it can be undertaken by schools, community groups and local governments.
Flemingsburg Garden Club’s Monarch Waystation:
Millersburg Garden Club’s Monarch Waystation:
Monarch on Milkweed Vine in Woodford County:
Danville Rotary Club Monarch Waystation:
Garden Side Green Thumb Garden Club’s Waveland State Historic Site Waystation:
Monarch Waystation at Irvine Elementary School:
Down To Earth Garden Club’s Waveland State Historic Site Waystation: