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Monarch on Flower

Pollinator Habitat

Each fall, millions of monarchs migrate from the north to central Mexico for the winter until they return in spring. Each migration is threated by habitat loss in Mexico and throughout breeding areas in the United States and Mexico.

Dusterbeck's is home to a Monarch Way Station. As a registered monarch pollinator habitat, we provide the resources for monarchs to produce future generations and sustain their migration. To do this, we plant a variety of milkweeds and provide a variety of nectar sources.

We're growing plants such as Milkweed, Liatris, Joe Pye Weed, Agastache, and Echinacea which all help support and attract our bee, butterfly, and bird pollinator friends. The garden is also marked with our new Monarch Butterfly barn quilt design to designate this space that we can't wait to watch grow and fill in over the upcoming years.

Pollinator Habitat Sign
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