I have three beds full of a variety of flowers.
Garden at Eliot Elementary Library in Tulsa, OK.
Formerly naked backyard slowly evolving into a butterly/bee haven……baby steps
We are converting some of our native or low maintenance areas to pollinator habitats at Bailey Ranch Golf Course in Owasso Oklahoma. Our goal is to help increase the population of endangered wildlife to a more sustainable level.
Pollinator garden, with emphasis on hand rearing and tagging monarch butterflies in cages for protection against parasites and disease. Mix of native perennials and non-native annuals for nectar which includes native and non-native host milkweed plants (Asclepias incarnata, curassavica, speciosa, syriaca, viridis). Monarch Watch Registry ID#18201
A certified Waystation since May 2017, an urban vacant lot designated to the monarch’s ecosystem.
My front yard garden which is about .4 of an acre. Providing a number of garden plots including milkweed and other nectar plants. I also raise awareness of the need to plant milkweed in home gardens by distributing milkweed seeds with planting instructions.
The name is a description of the combination of Monarch Larvae Monitoring Project Site 2519 and Monarch Watch Waystation 15600 also known as Marvelous Monarch Motel. This project collects data and remits the data to both MLMP in MN and Monarch Watch in KS and besides that, furnishes sighting reports to Journey North.
Registered #Waystation15692 through monarch watch
2 1/2 acre milkweed reintroduction along with a pollinator and nectar garden.