Although Monarchs have already headed south for the season, you could plant a monarch waystation for next year — but you’ll need seeds. Luckily, Loudon Wildlife Conservancy will pop a waystation seed packet with an information flier in the mail to you. (While supplies last of course!)
Request the packet through their contact page.
Seeds included in the packets that the Conservancy made up include: New England Aster, Joe Pye Weed, Purple Coneflower, Goldenrod, Butterflyweed, Common Milkweed, Swamp Milkweed, and Black-eyed Susan, and New York Ironweed.
This February, the Conservancy will be doing a program on the Magic of Monarch Migration – watch their programs calendar for details.