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Asclepias Tuberosa

butterfly Asclepias Tuberosa They blossom in zones 4-11 throughout the season and will bring all types of butterflies. These plants are perennials and grow in full sun and sandy soil is best for them. Quite a drought tolerant plant (I don't think that I have ever had to water it. 4-6 weeks of stratification suggested for good germination.
Asclepias Tuberosa

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Starter plant of this wonderful native Milkweed or Asclepias tuberosa. Plants grow 24 to 36 inches tall and have flat umbels of honey orange flowers the first year. Plants are loved by butterflies. Hardy in zones 4 to 10b and likes to grow in medium to dry soils.



Asclepias tuberosa Hello Yellow

Asclepias tuberosa Hello Yellow Asclepias tuberosa Hello Yellow
Asclepias tuberosa Hello Yellow

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Starter plant of this hard to find Asclepias tuberosa Hello Yellow that grow 2-4 feet tall, proliferates in full sun. This plant has a very showy array of bright yellow blossoms in early to mid summer. A full array of butterflies are the bonus with this plant. USDA Hardiness Zones 4 to 9.



Asclepias Bright Wings

Starter plant of this beautiful butterfly host, Asclepias Bright Wings. They blossom in zones 4-11 throughout the season and will bring more butterflies than you can imagine. This plant is an annual and grows in full sun and sandy soil is best for them. Quite a drought tolerant plants and is a real attraction to the garden with its bright golden to orange blossoms.
Asclepias Bright Wings

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Small Starter plant of this butterfly host, Asclepias Bright Wings. They blossom in zones 4-11 throughout the season and will bring more butterflies than you can imagine. This plant is an annual and grows in full sun and sandy soil is best for them. Quite a drought tolerant plants and is a real attraction to the garden with its bright golden to orange blossoms.



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