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Asclepias verticillata WHORLED MILKWEED

seeds - Asclepias Verticullata or Whorled Milkweed is another real butterfly attractor. Perennial 1-3 feet tall hardy in zones 4-11. Flowers: June - September. Found on dry, heavy soils of prairies, rocky hillsides, and sandy open woods. A delicate white clusters of blossoms and graceful plant that often forms colonies. 4-6 weeks of stratification suggested for good germination. Feel free to browse my flower garden photo gallery.
Asclepias verticillata WHORLED MILKWEED

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Seeds - Apclepias verticillata or Whorled Milkweed is another real butterfly attractor. Perennial 1-3 feet tall hardy in zones 4-11. Flowers: June - September. Found on dry, heavy soils of prairies, rocky hillsides, and sandy open woods. A delicate white clusters of blossoms and graceful plant that often forms colonies. 4-6 weeks of stratification suggested for good germination.



Asclepias vestita Woolly Milkweed

seeds of Asclepias vestita or Woolly Milkweed.  A gray-green sprawling perennial used by the butterflies as a food source. Is a great addition to bird and butterfly gardens.  This hard to find plant is only native to California.  The thick leaves are oval to narrowly lance-shaped. The stem and leaves often have a coat of light-colored hairs, sometimes thick and woolly. The inflorescence is an umbel-shaped array to a spherical cluster of yellowish flowers. The flowers may be tinted with brown or purple.
seeds of Asclepias vestita or Woolly Milkweed.  A gray-green sprawling perennial used by the butterflies as a food source. Is a great addition to bird and butterfly gardens.  This hard to find plant is only native to California.  The thick leaves are oval to narrowly lance-shaped. The stem and leaves often have a coat of light-colored hairs, sometimes thick and woolly. The inflorescence is an umbel-shaped array to a spherical cluster of yellowish flowers. The flowers may be tinted with brown or purple.
Asclepias vestita Woolly Milkweed

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Seeds from Asclepias vestita or Woolly Milkweed. A gray-green sprawling perennial used by the butterflies as a food source. Is a great addition to bird and butterfly gardens. This hard to find plant is only native to California. The thick leaves are oval to narrowly lance-shaped. The stem and leaves often have a coat of light-colored hairs, sometimes thick and woolly. The inflorescence is an umbel-shaped array to a spherical cluster of yellowish flowers. The flowers may be tinted with brown or purple. Zones 7 to 10.



Asclepias viridiflora GREEN COMET

seeds of this beautiful Asclepias viridiflora or better know as Green Comet Milkweed. A native of the western US, this species is endangered in some parts of the county. Growing 1 to 3 feet tall, they like sandy or rocky soils in wooded areas or clearings. The pale green flowers are 14 inch across and bloom from June to Septemeber. 4-6 weeks of stratification suggested for good germination. Feel free to visit my flower garden gallery online.
seeds of this beautiful Asclepias viridiflora or better know as Green Comet Milkweed. A native of the western US, this species is endangered in some parts of the county. Growing 1 to 3 feet tall, they like sandy or rocky soils in wooded areas or clearings. The pale green flowers are 14 inch across and bloom from June to Septemeber. 4-6 weeks of stratification suggested for good germination. Feel free to visit my flower garden gallery online.
Asclepias viridiflora GREEN COMET

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Seeds from this Asclepias viridiflora or better know as Green Comet Milkweed. A native of the western US, this species is endangered in some parts of the county. Growing 1 to 3 feet tall, they like sandy or rocky soils in wooded areas or clearings. The pale green flowers are 14 inch across and bloom from June to Septemeber. 4-6 weeks of stratification suggested for good germination. Zones 3 - 8.



Asclepias viridis SPIDER MILKWEED

seeds of this beautiful Asclepias asperula or better known as Spider Milkweed. A native to southwestern United States and northern Mexico it is hardy in zones 9-11. It is also known as green-flowered milkweed, and spider antelope horns. It is a perennial plant growing to 1-2 feet tall, with clustered greenish-yellow flowers with maroon highlights. It blooms from April through June, and favors moist, sandy or rocky soil. A. asperula is a food for Monarch caterpillars. This Asclepias can be poisionous to animals and humans if consumed. Visit my flower garden gallery for more pictures.
seeds of this beautiful Asclepias asperula or better known as Spider Milkweed. A native to southwestern United States and northern Mexico it is hardy in zones 9-11. It is also known as green-flowered milkweed, and spider antelope horns. It is a perennial plant growing to 1-2 feet tall, with clustered greenish-yellow flowers with maroon highlights. It blooms from April through June, and favors moist, sandy or rocky soil. A. asperula is a food for Monarch caterpillars. This Asclepias can be poisionous to animals and humans if consumed. Visit my flower garden gallery for more pictures.
Asclepias viridis SPIDER MILKWEED

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Seeds from this Green Antelope horn. A native to southwestern United States and northern Mexico it is hardy in zones 9-11. It is also known as green-flowered milkweed, and spider antelope horns. It is a perennial plant growing to 1-2 feet tall, with clustered greenish-yellow flowers with maroon highlights. It blooms from April through June, and favors moist, sandy or rocky soil. A. asperula is a food for Monarch caterpillars. This Asclepias can be poisionous to animals and humans if consumed.



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