Sylvia Kirby, president of the Kentucky Garden Club, is working with gardeners to establish "monarch way stations" for butterflies that are increasingly endangered by development. All it takes is planting milkweed. Photo by Mark Cornelison | Staff
Sylvia Kirby, president of the Kentucky Garden Club, is working with gardeners to establish "monarch way stations" for butterflies that are increasingly endangered by development. All it takes is planting milkweed. Photo by Mark Cornelison | Staff Herald-Leader
Sylvia Kirby, president of the Kentucky Garden Club, is working with gardeners to establish "monarch way stations" for butterflies that are increasingly endangered by development. All it takes is planting milkweed. Photo by Mark Cornelison | Staff Herald-Leader

Uncommonwealth: State gardening experts encourage milkweed planting to help monarch butterflies

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