Free Milkweed Seeds
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Free Milkweed Seeds
- Limit one free seed request per address per year.
- Cost of seeds are being funded thru Generous Donations.
- Inventory added as funding becomes available.
Shipping of Free Milkweed Seeds is done after paid orders are fulfilled. Allow up to two weeks for shipping. Most are shipped within a week.
Thank you for growing milkweed! 🌱🐛
So you want free milkweed seeds? I want you to have free milkweed seeds. You are welcome to place an order for Free Milkweed Seeds once per calendar year per address. You are limited to one packet per request. Seeds come from a variety of sources. Seed species changes with the seasons.
Free Milkweed Seeds Q & A
What species? Free Milkweed Seeds are either native or exotic. Use the drop-down menu to select your Free Milkweed Seed species. Use this tool to find a native milkweed.
How many? You will receive one gram of Free Milkweed Seeds or less. Most Free Milkweed Seeds are packets of one gram. Well over one hundred seeds is typical. On some occasions I may send out Free Milkweed Seeds that are hard to find monarch host plants or packed in a 20/25 seed packet. Those packets have less than a gram of seeds.
When will my order arrive? Processing an order for Free Milkweed Seeds only takes a day or two. Shipping speed is 3-5 days. Each packet of Free Milkweed Seeds is sponsored by a donor.
Who pays the bill? The cost to pack, label and deliver Free Milkweed Seed is about $3.95 per packet. Let's call it $4 for easy math. Income from the sale of milkweed seeds in the storefront has sponsored the cost of your Free Milkweed Seeds. The seeds themself come from generous donations by gardeners like yourself.
Will Free Milkweed Seeds Save The Monarchs? Yes! Whether you purchase milkweed, grow your own milkweed or get Free Milkweed Seeds from this website. Milkweed definitely contributes to monarch butterflies in a positive way. Please note: Free Milkweed Seeds are intended to be grown in your garden. Do not use Free Milkweed Seeds to re-wild public land. Locally native species can be found on the Milkweed Map.