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Saturday, April 8


Gardeners play a crucial role in monarch butterfly recovery and supporting pollinators through their gardening practices and decisions. Suzanne and Sarah, expert local gardeners, will explain about the monarch's life cycle, best food plants such as the milkweed, and how you can help. They will also showcase the best plants for both their beautiful flowers and benefits to pollinators, discussing the difference between honeybees and native pollinators, what makes a plant great for pollinators, and how to grow them for maximum beauty and support for pollinator wildlife.

10 AM: Monarchs and Milkweeds: What You Can Do To Support Monarch Recovery
Located at the Amphitheater

11 AM – 2 PM: Massey Honey Tasting
Located in the Garden Theater

2 PM: Which Plants Attract Pollinators & How to Add Them to Your Garden
Located at the Amphitheater

Watch & Learn

Read & Learn

Monarch Butterflies in Southern California

Ron Vanderhoff, Roger’s Gardens and CA Native Plant Society During the past few years, the plight of the Monarch butterfly...

Celebrating Monarch Butterflies and Support Monarch Conservation

Learn about the plight of the monarchs and the best way to help these butterflies. Planting and growing native milkweed...

What to Know About Monarch Butterflies and The Milkweed in Your Garden

Resource: Joshua Siskin - OC RegisterPublished: August 20, 2022 In 2020, around Thanksgiving, a total of fewer than 2,000 monarch...

The Monarch Wishing Tree

Supporting Western Monarch Butterfly Conservation Western Monarch butterflies are in peril. Western Monarch populations have dropped 97 percent below their...