In this DIY guide, Johnny walks you through the process of testing milkweed leaves for the presence of O.E. spores using just a 40X student-grade microscope.
Anything that Grows Butterflies falls under “Butterfly Farming”
The Scrub Blazing Star, also known as Florida Gayfeather (Liatris ohlingerae), is an eye-catching perennial that adds a burst of color to Florida’s diverse landscapes.
Understanding O.E., its implications, and how to test for it is crucial for both scientific research and butterfly conservation efforts.
The Sweet-Scented Pigeonwings is not just a beautiful addition to Florida’s Lake Wales Ridge; it’s a cornerstone species that contributes significantly to the ecological fabric of the region.
Johnny Butterflyseed Achieves “2X Carbon-Negative” Status, Doubling Down on Environmental Responsibility
In simple terms, Johnny Butterflyseed removes twice the carbon dioxide emitted.
Good things come in small packages, and Johnny Butterflyseed is proving just that by transitioning to smaller seed packets for 2024. We’ve resized our packets from the standard seed packet size of 4.5″ x 3.25″ weighing 4 grams with labels, to a more compact #1 coin envelope, we are calling […]
Milkweeds are not just another pretty plant; they’re the cornerstone of a complex ecological web. Serving as the primary host plants for the famed Monarch butterfly, these hardy perennials play a crucial role in ecosystems across the United States, including the diverse landscapes of Texas.
The Purple Coneflower, scientifically known as Echinacea purpurea, is a captivating native perennial that adds a splash of color to any garden while also serving as a critical plant for Florida ecology