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50_Seeds | Asclepias asperula | Spider Milkweed | Antelope Horns | 50_Seeds


This is Asclepias asperula, also known as Spider Milkweed, and Antelope Horns. This plant likes to live in full sun where it blossoms from late Spring until early Fall. Growing a couple feet tall, it attracts all kinds of bees, birds, and butterflies. Asclepias in general are documented nectar sources for the Monarch, Orange-edged Roadside-Skipper, Dina Yellow, Carus Skipper, Eastern Tiger Swallowtail, and Falcate Metalmark butterflies. It is also the nectar source for the Clarks sphinx, and Milkweed Tussock moths. USDA Hardiness Zones 7 to 9a.
50_Seeds | Asclepias asperula | Spider Milkweed | Antelope Horns | 50_Seeds

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This is Asclepias asperula, also known as Spider Milkweed, and Antelope Horns. This plant likes to live in full sun where it blossoms from late Spring until early Fall. Growing a couple feet tall, it attracts all kinds of bees, birds, and butterflies. Asclepias in general are documented nectar sources for the Monarch, Orange-edged Roadside-Skipper, Dina Yellow, Carus Skipper, Eastern Tiger Swallowtail, and Falcate Metalmark butterflies. It is also the nectar source for the Clarks sphinx, and Milkweed Tussock moths. USDA Hardiness Zones 7 to 9a.
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Asclepias fascicularis | Mexican Whorled Narrow Leaf Milkweed | 100_Seeds


This is Asclepias fascicularis, also known as Narrow-Leaf Milkweed, and Mexican Whorled Milkweed. This perennial milkweed attracts many different birds, bees, and butterflies. Growing to a maximum height of about 4 feet these plants must live in the full sun. The blossom color changes from pale green to white and finally to a light pink starting in the middle of the Summer and lasting until early Fall. Not only is this a larval host plant for the Monarch, Queen, and Soldier Butterflies, but it is a nectar source for many other beneficial pollinators. Asclepias in general are documented nectar sources for the Monarch, Orange-edged Roadside-Skipper, Dina Yellow, Carus Skipper, Eastern Tiger Swallowtail, and Falcate Metalmark butterflies. It is also the nectar source for the Clarks sphinx, and Milkweed Tussock moths. USDA Hardiness Zones 6 to 10
Asclepias fascicularis | Mexican Whorled Narrow Leaf Milkweed | 100_Seeds

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This is Asclepias fascicularis, also known as Narrow-Leaf Milkweed, and Mexican Whorled Milkweed. This perennial milkweed attracts many different birds, bees, and butterflies. Growing to a maximum height of about 4 feet these plants must live in the full sun. The blossom color changes from pale green to white and finally to a light pink starting in the middle of the Summer and lasting until early Fall. Not only is this a larval host plant for the Monarch, Queen, and Soldier Butterflies, but it is a nectar source for many other beneficial pollinators. Asclepias in general are documented nectar sources for the Monarch, Orange-edged Roadside-Skipper, Dina Yellow, Carus Skipper, Eastern Tiger Swallowtail, and Falcate Metalmark butterflies. It is also the nectar source for the Clarks sphinx, and Milkweed Tussock moths. USDA Hardiness Zones 6 to 10
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Asclepias eriocarpa | Indian Kotolo Milkweed | Woollypod | 10_Seeds


This is Asclepias eriocarpa, also known as woollypod milkweed, Indian milkweed, and Kotolo. The stems of this plant contain latex which is boiled and then used to make chewing gum. The fiber in the stems can also be used to make rope and clothing. This plant likes to grow in full sun where it attracts and supports many different bees and butterflies. Asclepias in general are documented nectar sources for the Monarch, Orange-edged Roadside-Skipper, Dina Yellow, Carus Skipper, Eastern Tiger Swallowtail, and Falcate Metalmark butterflies. It is also the nectar source for the Clarks sphinx, and Milkweed Tussock moths. USDA Hardiness Zones 7 to 10
Asclepias eriocarpa | Indian Kotolo Milkweed | Woollypod | 10_Seeds

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This is Asclepias eriocarpa, also known as woollypod milkweed, Indian milkweed, and Kotolo. The stems of this plant contain latex which is boiled and then used to make chewing gum. The fiber in the stems can also be used to make rope and clothing. This plant likes to grow in full sun where it attracts and supports many different bees and butterflies. Asclepias in general are documented nectar sources for the Monarch, Orange-edged Roadside-Skipper, Dina Yellow, Carus Skipper, Eastern Tiger Swallowtail, and Falcate Metalmark butterflies. It is also the nectar source for the Clarks sphinx, and Milkweed Tussock moths. USDA Hardiness Zones 7 to 10
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Asclepias viridis | Green Antelopehorn | Spider Milkweed | 20_Seeds


Here I am offering seeds from Asclepias viridis, also known as green milkweed, green antelopehorn, and spider milkweed. This low maintanance milkweed grows to about 2 feet tall in almost any soil. This plant likes to live in the full sun and blooms from late Spring into the middle of the Summer. Grow this one in the full sun where it will be a very popular plant with the bees, birds, and butterflies. It is a larval host plant of the Monarch butterfly. Asclepias in general are documented nectar sources for the Monarch, Orange-edged Roadside-Skipper, Dina Yellow, Carus Skipper, Eastern Tiger Swallowtail, and Falcate Metalmark butterflies. It is also the nectar source for the Clarks sphinx, and Milkweed Tussock moths. USDA Hardiness Zones 4 to 9.
Asclepias viridis | Green Antelopehorn | Spider Milkweed | 20_Seeds

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Here I am offering seeds from Asclepias viridis, also known as green milkweed, green antelopehorn, and spider milkweed. This low maintanance milkweed grows to about 2 feet tall in almost any soil. This plant likes to live in the full sun and blooms from late Spring into the middle of the Summer. Grow this one in the full sun where it will be a very popular plant with the bees, birds, and butterflies. It is a larval host plant of the Monarch butterfly. Asclepias in general are documented nectar sources for the Monarch, Orange-edged Roadside-Skipper, Dina Yellow, Carus Skipper, Eastern Tiger Swallowtail, and Falcate Metalmark butterflies. It is also the nectar source for the Clarks sphinx, and Milkweed Tussock moths. USDA Hardiness Zones 4 to 9.
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Asclepias hallii | Purple Silkweed | Halls milkweed | 10_Seeds


This is Asclepias hallii, also known as Purple Silkweed and Halls milkweed. In general, milkweeds have numerous pollinators including but not limited to wasps, bees, birds, skippers, butterflies, moths, and beetles. Asclepias in general are documented nectar sources for the Monarch, Orange-edged Roadside-Skipper, Dina Yellow, Carus Skipper, Eastern Tiger Swallowtail, and Falcate Metalmark butterflies. It is also the nectar source for the Clarks sphinx, and Milkweed Tussock moths. USDA Hardiness Zones 3 to 7.
Asclepias hallii | Purple Silkweed | Halls milkweed | 10_Seeds

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This is Asclepias hallii, also known as Purple Silkweed and Halls milkweed. In general, milkweeds have numerous pollinators including but not limited to wasps, bees, birds, skippers, butterflies, moths, and beetles. Asclepias in general are documented nectar sources for the Monarch, Orange-edged Roadside-Skipper, Dina Yellow, Carus Skipper, Eastern Tiger Swallowtail, and Falcate Metalmark butterflies. It is also the nectar source for the Clarks sphinx, and Milkweed Tussock moths. USDA Hardiness Zones 3 to 7.
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