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Monarch Eggs and/or Caterpillars
Generally available mid June thru September, our Monarch Eggs and/or Caterpillars are for home or school rearing projects. Butterfly rearing is educational and rewarding for both youth and adults. Monarch butterflies are easy to raise. In just 25 to 32 days, Monarch metamorphosis [life stages: from egg to caterpillar to pupa to adult butterfly] is completed. And no matter what your age, you will be fascinated by the process!

Sporadically, throughout the summer, we might also offer Black Swallowtail, Giant Swallowtail, Painted Lady, American Lady, and/or Red Admiral caterpillars. These species of caterpillars cannot be ordered unless there is a shopping cart button below to allow ordering and again, they will be available only sporadically. The USDA governs which states we are permitted to ship each butterfly species to, so unless you live in one of the states we are permitted to ship that particular caterpillar to, do not place an order. We will not ship  your order and will charge you a $1.00 service charge to cancel your order and refund payment. 

   We do not sell butterfly eggs and caterpillars (larvae) which were taken from the wild. Our eggs and caterpillars are gathered from our butterfly rearing facility which is located inside our greenhouse. Inside our rearing facility, we closely monitor the butterflies to assure that their environmental and nutritional needs are being met. 

~ Near the bottom of the page, we offer mesh Popups that can be used as caterpillar rearing chambers. ~

Orders will be filled in a first come, first served basis. Depending upon supply and demand, your order might be shipped in less than 24 hours but it might not be filled for a few weeks. Once you place an order, please watch your email closely as you should receive notification from Stamps.com when you order is shipped. This email will contain the USPS Priority Mail tracking number for your package.

Before you place an order for Monarch eggs and/or caterpillars, please check your milkweed supply. If your plants are yellowing and/or dropping their leaves in preparation for dormancy, you should not order caterpillars. Only if you have milkweed that is still green and lush, should you consider placing an order.


Note: If you want the Monarch eggs and/or caterpillars shipped to a school address, please be sure the school's address is on the order. Your package is shipping to whatever address comes thru to us on the order form. We are much too busy to be editing addresses on hectic shipping days, and this year, simply will not do that.

If you are a teacher, or anyone else, who plans to rear Monarchs this fall, please scroll down and read the article at the bottom of the page. It's entitled 'Raising Healthy Monarchs in the Classroom'.

We do not accept phone orders or purchase orders. 
All orders must be accompanied by payment.  No payment = no shipment.

Important Note: Do not consider ordering Monarch caterpillars (larvae) unless you have access to several large Milkweed (Asclepias) plants. Your caterpillars will require much more milkweed than we will ship with your order. Indeed, the caterpillars might need fresh milkweed leaves immediately upon delivery to you. Aside from Milkweed plants, you will also need a suitable rearing  chamber (a 10 gallon aquarium with screened lid or a Popup, pictured below).

10 Monarch eggs and/or caterpillars -  $15.00  (You'll receive at least 10.)

If you have a suitable rearing chamber (example: a small aquarium with screened lid or a Popup Cage [shown below]) and access to lush, green milkweed plants (Common Milkweed, Swamp Milkweed, or Tropical Milkweed), you might want to order our  10 Monarch eggs and/or caterpillars (sorry, no choice between eggs or caterpillars). Your eggs and/or caterpillars may be shipped on a potted Milkweed plant or on fresh cut Milkweed leaves (our choice, not yours). Rearing instructions included.

We
are permitted to ship Monarch eggs and/or caterpillars on potted Milkweed plants to the following states: Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, New Hampshire, New Jersey,
New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, Vermont, Wisconsin, and West Virginia. If you live in one of these states you may receive either a potted Milkweed plant or cut Milkweed. Sorry, no choice.
We are permitted to ship Monarch caterpillars (not eggs) on cut Milkweed (not potted Milkweed) to the following states:
Alabama, Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, and South Dakota.
Do not place an order unless you live in one of the states we are permitted to ship Monarchs to.
Your order will not be shipped and we will charge you  a $1.00 service charge to cancel your order and refund payment.




The week of Sept. 18 will be the last week we ship caterpillars for the 2017 season. We are shipping no eggs this week.

20 Monarch eggs and/or caterpillars -  $25.00  (You'll receive at least 20.)

If you have a suitable rearing chamber (example: a small aquarium with screened lid or a Popup Cage [shown below]) and access to lush, green milkweed plants (Common Milkweed, Swamp Milkweed, or Tropical Milkweed), you might want to order our  20 Monarch eggs and/or caterpillars (sorry, no choice between eggs or caterpillars). Your eggs and/or caterpillars may be shipped on a potted Milkweed plant or on fresh cut Milkweed leaves (our choice, not yours). Rearing instructions included.

We
are permitted to ship Monarch eggs and/or caterpillars on potted Milkweed plants to the following states: Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, New Hampshire, New Jersey,
New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, Vermont, Wisconsin, and West Virginia. If you live in one of these states you may receive either a potted Milkweed plant or cut Milkweed. Sorry, no choice.
We are permitted to ship Monarch caterpillars (not eggs) on cut Milkweed (not potted Milkweed) to the following states:
Alabama, Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, and South Dakota.
Do not place an order unless you live in one of the states we are permitted to ship Monarchs to.
Your order will not be shipped and we will charge you  a $1.00 service charge to cancel your order and refund payment.



The week of Sept. 18 will be the last week we ship caterpillars for the 2017 season. We are shipping no eggs this week.

If you do not have a supply of Milkweed plants but you still want to rear Monarch caterpillars, please order Tropical Milkweed plants from the 'Milkweed Plants' page of our web site. The Tropical Milkweed plants should be ordered at least a month before you order your Monarch eggs and/or caterpillars so that the plants will have time to grow larger before the caterpillars arrive. Eight of these plants should be enough to feed 10 caterpillars, so long as you order the plants a month before you order the Monarch eggs and/or caterpillars.   
If you are going to use our Tropical Milkweed plants as caterpillar food, I suggest you keep the plants in pots (not plant them in the garden). Keep the potted plants in full sun and water as necessary (which will likely be every day).  Then when your caterpillars need Milkweed, put a potted plant into the aquarium (or whatever you are using as a rearing chamber). You might want to pull a plastic bag up over the pot and wrap a twist tie around the bag near the stem/soil line of the plant. This way you can lay the plant down if necessary and not have to worry about soil spilling from the pot into the aquarium. Because the leaves of Tropical Milkweed will wilt fast if cut off the plant, it is best to keep the leaves on the plant, putting a whole potted plant into the aquarium.

If you have never reared Monarch butterflies, please read these two articles:
Grow Your Own Monarch Butterflies
Monarch Butterfly Metamorphosis

Monarch  Chrysalises (Pupae)   
             
5 for $20.00   Available sporadically. None available now. Sorry.

You don't have access to Milkweed plants but you would like to see a newly emerged Monarch butterfly (maybe even see the butterfly emerge from its chrysalis)? Then this is for you! You will receive 5
Monarch chrysalises (pupae)--- from which should emerge five majestic Monarch butterflies in just a few days. When the butterflies are able to fly, just release them outdoors.
Upon delivery, you should put the chrysalises in a container (a plastic or cardboard box that is at least 5" high), lined with paper towels or open weave fabric (bottom and sides), and the top covered with window screen or tulle (available in fabric stores).  The screen or tulle should be secured to the outside of your container with a large rubber band, elastic, bungee cord, or tape. Alternatively, you could just lay the chrysalises along the bottom edges of a small Popup Cage (shown below) or similar mesh, screen, or netted container. When the butterflies emerge from their chrysalises, they will climb up the side of the box and onto the mesh ceiling (screen or tulle) to dry. When they are ready to fly (they are fluttering around inside the container), you should release them outdoors.
We
are permitted to ship Monarch chrysalises to the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Virginia, Vermont, Wisconsin, and West Virginia. 
We are not permitted by the USDA to ship to other destinations. Sorry, no exceptions.
Do not order Monarch chrysalises from us if your state is not listed above. We will not ship  your order and will charge you a $1.00 service charge to cancel your order and refund your payment.


15 Black Swallowtail Caterpillars - $20.00

The caterpillars will be shipped on rue, parsley, or dill. You will need lots of extra host plants to feed to them. If you have no suitable host plants (rue, parsley, or dill), please do not order the caterpillars. 

We ARE permitted to ship Black Swallowtail caterpillars to Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York,  North Carolina, Ohio,  Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Vermont,  Virginia West Virginia, and Wisconsin.
If you do not live in one of these states, do not place an order for the caterpillars. We will not ship  your order and will charge you a $1.00 service charge to cancel your order and refund payment.

Temporarily sold out. Should be more around August 21. Please check back then.

caterpillar host plants; rue; Ruta graveolens Rue  (Ruta graveolens)

Rue is a beautiful garden plant, with lacy blue-green leaves and many small but showy bright yellow flowers from June through August. Known as herb o' grace, because its branches were once used by Catholic priests to sprinkle holy water. Rue grows 30"-36" high. Deer resistant.
Note: Some people are allergic to Rue, causing small water blisters or rash to break out on skin.

It is utilized as a host plant by Black Swallowtail and Giant Swallowtail butterflies.

We CAN ship plants to the following states within the USA:  Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, Vermont, Wisconsin, and West Virginia.
State and Federal regulations prohibit us from shipping to other destinations. If you do not live in one of the states we are permitted to ship to, please do not order. We will not ship your order and will charge you a $1.00 service charge to cancel your order and refund your payment.


Perennial, zones 4-9.    $7.00 each   

 

5 Giant Swallowtail Caterpillars - $15.00

The caterpillars will be shipped on a potted Rue plant or on fresh cut rue foliage. You will need extra Rue to feed to them. If you have no Rue plants, please do not order the caterpillars (or order several rue plants above (so long as you live in a state we are permitted to ship plants to). 

We ARE permitted to ship Giant Swallowtail caterpillars to Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,  Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio,  Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.
If you do not live in one of these states, do not place an order for the caterpillars. We will not ship  your order and will charge you a $1.00 service charge to cancel your order and refund payment.

We probably will not have Giant Swallowtail caterpillars available in 2017. If and when we do, a shopping cart button will appear here.

Painted Lady caterpillars, larvae 5 Painted Lady caterpillars - $12.50       Should be available sporadically during summer.

If you already have a suitable rearing chamber (example: a small aquarium with a screened lid or something similar to the Popup Cages shown near the bottom of this page), and a few nice sized  Hollyhock near by to use as caterpillar food, you have all you need to rear these caterpillars. We will provide the caterpillars  and the instruction sheet.
Important note: If you do not have Hollyhock to use for caterpillar food, please order three or four of these plants below (so long as you live in one of the states we are permitted to ship plants to). The host plant (either potted plant or cut foliage) shipped with your caterpillars will not be large enough to feed them to maturity.

We ARE permitted to ship Painted Lady caterpillars to the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia,  West Virginia, and Wisconsin.
If you do not live in one of these states, do not order the caterpillars.  We will not ship the order and will charge you a $1.00 service charge to cancel the order and refund payment. 

We probably will not have Painted Lady caterpillars available in 2017. If and when we do, a shopping cart button will appear here.

American Lady caterpillars, larvae 5 American Lady caterpillars - $12.50      

If you already have a suitable rearing chamber (example: a small aquarium with a screened lid or something similar to the Popup Cages shown near the bottom of this page), and Artemisia 'Silver Brocade', you have all you need to rear these caterpillars.
Important note: If you do not have Artemisia 'Silver Brocade' to use for caterpillar food, please order at least two Artemesia 'Silver Brocade' plants below (so long as you live in one of the states we are permitted to ship plants to). The caterpillars will be shipped on either a potted Artemisia 'Silver Brocade' or on fresh cut foliage).
The black arrow in the photo points to the white spot that distinguishes the American Lady from the Painted Lady.

We ARE permitted to ship American Lady caterpillars to the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, Vermont, Wisconsin, and West Virginia.
If you do not live in one of these states, do not order the caterpillars. We will not ship the order and will charge you a $1.00 service charge to cancel the order and refund.

 We probably will not have American Lady caterpillars available in 2017. If and when we do,  a shopping cart button will appear here. 

 'Silver Brocade' Artemisia  (host plant for American Lady caterpillars)
(Artemisia stellariana 'Silver Brocade')


Looks very similar to annual dusty miller! Grows 10"-15" high and requires well drained soil. Utilized as a host plant by American Ladies. Deer resistant and drought tolerant. Must have excellent drainage to survive the winter.

We CAN ship plants to the following states within the USA:  Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, Vermont, Wisconsin, and West Virginia. State and Federal regulations prohibit us from shipping to other destinations. If you do not live in one of the states we are permitted to ship to, please do not order. We will not ship your order and will charge you a $1.00 service charge to cancel your order and refund your payment.

Perennial, zones 6-8.       $7.00 each           Sorry, Sold Out for 2017.

 

Popup Cages

These Popup Cages are great for butterfly rearing. They keep caterpillars and butterflies in---and predators out!
Five sides of the cage are mesh while one side has a vinyl window.
FYI: We recommend the black popups. They are actually easier to see thru, and they don't stain like the white ones do.

White Popup Cage, small

Good for rearing 10 - 15 caterpillars.

12" X 12" X 12" with vinyl window

$10.50 each

Black Popup Cage, small

Good for rearing 10 - 15 caterpillars.

12" X 12" X 12" with vinyl window

$ 10.50 each

White Popup Cage, medium

Good for rearing 20 - 30 caterpillars.

13.5" X 13.5" X 24" with vinyl window

$17.50 each

Black Popup Cage, medium

Good for rearing 20 - 30 caterpillars.

13.5" X 13.5" X 24" with vinyl window

$17.50 each

 
Sorry, Sold out for 2017.

White 12" X 12" X 12" Popup Cage with vinyl window and sleeve

This white parasitoid-resistant twelve inch cubical collapsible cage has five sides with polyester mesh (one of which has a 14" sleeve) and one side with a clear plastic window. The connected sleeve facilitates the placement and removal of individual caterpillars, butterflies, or food source without escape of others. It  is ideal for captive breeding of Painted Ladies, American Ladies, Red Admirals, Commas, Question Marks, Cabbage Whites,  and other small to medium sized butterflies.
Good for rearing 10 - 15 caterpillars.

$18.00 each


 

Black 13" X 17" Catch and Release Popup Cage

This popup cage can be used in the field for gathering insects or used as an enclosure for rearing caterpillars.
Like the other Popup Cages, the parasitoid-resistant mesh keeps the caterpillars in and the predators out.
Good for rearing 10 - 15 caterpillars.

$12.50 each


 

23" X 23" X 35" Large Popup Cage - White

This popup cage can be used as an enclosure for rearing caterpillars or as an enclosure for temporarily holding adult butterflies.
Like the other Popup Cages, the parasitoid-resistant mesh keeps the caterpillars in and the predators out.
Good for rearing 25 - 30 caterpillars.
 

$36.00 each


 

23" X 23" X 35" Large Popup Cage - Black

This popup cage can be used as an enclosure for rearing caterpillars or as an enclosure for temporarily holding adult butterflies.
Like the other Popup Cages, the parasitoid-resistant mesh keeps the caterpillars in and the predators out.
For the next few months, we will only have Black Popups available in the large size. 
Good for rearing 25 - 30 caterpillars.
$36.00 each


 

Some American Indians believed that for a wish to come true, you had to capture a butterfly, whisper your wish to it, and then set the butterfly free. The butterfly would carry your wish to Heaven, where the Creator could decipher the message and grant the wish.

Raising Healthy Monarchs in the Classroom              by Rose Franklin

Before introducing your Monarch caterpillars into the container they will be raised in, you should sanitize the container. To sanitize, wash the container in a solution of 10% Clorox and 90% water, letting the sanitizing solution on the container for 10 minutes. Then rinse, and rinse, and rinse several more times until all of the Clorox solution is completely removed. Allow the container to dry thoroughly (preferably outdoors in full sun) before putting the caterpillars inside.The countertop or table upon which the caterpillar rearing container will sit, and any utensils that will be used in the rearing of your caterpillars, should be sanitized also.

Cleanliness is important but so too is the health of the host plant being fed to the caterpillars. We have all heard that “you are what you eat.” While this saying holds much merit for humans, it is especially true for butterflies, and especially during the larval stage of development. In the case of humans, what we eat is important, but so too is exercise, emotional state, and level of stress. With caterpillars though, it’s all about the food; for all caterpillars do is eat. Eat and poop. Their health doesn’t depend upon how much they exercise or what they think about during the course of a day. It depends essentially upon what is entering and exiting their stomachs.

Milkweed varies in nutritional quality based upon species and age. For teachers who are raising Monarchs in the classroom in late August or September, the issue of milkweed age in an important consideration. If the caterpillars are being reared on older Common Milkweed plants (Asclepias syriaca), they will likely be malnourished. By late August, Common Milkweed is headed toward dormancy and its leaves are no longer packed with high quality nutrients. Malnourished, the caterpillars’ immune system will be weakened and resistance to disease will be compromised. When the immune system is not strong enough to fight off the pathogens that cause bacterial, viral, parasitic, and fungal infections, disease is much more prone to develop.

Because the health of the caterpillar so much depends upon the health of the larval food, I suggest that if you are intending to raise Monarchs in the classroom in September, you also plan on having large, potted Tropical Milkweed (Asclepias curassavica) plants to utilize as larval food. To have lush foliage in September, you can either sow Tropical Milkweed seeds in May, or you can purchase small potted plants in June and then raise them to maturity. The plants should be grown outdoors, preferably in full sun, and should be moved to larger pots as necessary to accommodate the growing root system.

Since Tropical Milkweed does not go dormant until long after Common Milkweed does, Tropical should be the species of choice in rearing Monarch caterpillars in late August and September. And to insure that the foliage is as nutritious as possible, the leaves should not be cut from the stems (this, because Tropical Milkweed foliage wilts quickly once cut from the plant). Instead, large potted plants should be used to feed the caterpillars, replacing devoured plants with fresh, lush ones, as necessary.

Tropical Milkweed, because it contains more nourishment that Common Milkweed does in fall, will certainly aid the caterpillars in keeping their immune systems strong. Will using Tropical Milkweed as the food plant guarantee healthy Monarchs? No. Quite frankly, it is much, much easier to raise Monarchs (and other butterfly species also) in June and July, than it is to raise them in late August and September. During the summer months, disease-causing pathogens, parasites, parasitoids, and predators all multiply exponentially in nature as summer heat and humidity aids most of them in their reproduction. By late August, they are in the air, on plants, on the ground, on adult butterflies, everywhere. With more pathogens abound, there is more chance for caterpillars to become infected with disease. For a caterpillar to become infected with a potentially deadly disease, all it takes is one bite of a milkweed leaf which is laced with disease-causing pathogens.

Disease-causing pathogens can be eliminated though, simply by sanitizing the milkweed leaves with a 10:1 ratio of water/bleach (10 ounces of water and 1 ounce of bleach). Simply dip the milkweed leaves into the water/bleach solution for one minute. Then rinse the leaves well in clean water (rinsing really well to remove all trace of the bleach) and wipe it with a clean, dry paper towel. (Use regular bleach, not scented. And don’t use a cloth that was washed in detergent and dried with a fabric softener.) Let the milkweed leaves dry for a few minutes and then put them in the container with the caterpillars. Remember that excess moisture inside the rearing container can stimulate disease too, so don’t put wet milkweed leaves in there.

Should it be the case that Common Milkweed is your only option as a food source for the caterpillars, please look for plants that were mowed off earlier in the season and second-growth foliage is now available for cutting. This second-growth material is much, much more nutritious than the older, yellowing milkweed leaves. And while this foliage is younger and therefore, maybe not as prone to be covered with disease-causing pathogens, it should still be sanitized before feeding it to the caterpillars.  

By using sanitized equipment, keeping the rearing chamber clean, using healthy, nutritious milkweed as the food source, and sanitizing the milkweed that is being fed to the caterpillars, you should be able to raise healthy Monarch butterflies--even in fall, when it is more difficult to raise healthy Monarchs.

Two ways to order: (1) Utilize our on-line shopping cart or  (2) print our online order form, fill it out, and then mail it to us, along with your check or money orderWe do not accept phone orders. Some of the features of our online shopping cart fail to work correctly with some Internet Service Providers. If you have problems using our shopping cart, please print our order form, fill it out, and then mail it to us. Sorry for the inconvenience. 
 Quantities are limited. Orders will be reserved to fill orders in the sequence in which orders are received.
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