Flowers for a Fall Fueling Station – Annuals and Perennials That Can Help Fuel Butterfly Migration

By: , The Thoughtful Gardener

Welcome to our series of videos exploring how we can support butterfly migration by planting fueling stations that will support them on their incredible journey.

This time, we begin a tour around the Adams Ricci Park in Enola, Pennsylvania. 

A certified Pollinator Waystation, the garden has a host of native and non-native (but non-invasive) plants that Monarch butterflies love, and that you too can include in your fall fueling station. These plants include autumn sedum, marigold, and Mexican sunflower.

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