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Aristolochia tomentosa or Wooly pipevine

seeds of Aristolochia contorta -Ma dou ling or Aristolochia nipponica. Growing up to 10 feet if given a structure to climb on in zones 3-8. Partial to full shade.   Needs to be cold stratified for 90 days for good germination.
Aristolochia tomentosa or Wooly pipevine

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Seeds from this Very Rare Aristolochia tomentosa or Wooly pipe vine and is a larval plant for the pipe vine swallowtail butterfly . Growing in part to full shade this twining, high climbing vine often grown to cover sun porches, verandas, pillars, posts, trellises, arbors, fences or walls and is capable of a height of 75 feet in trees. The greenish/yellow with purple blossoms covered with fine matted hairs are in bloom from May through June. Hardy in zone 5-9. Needs to be cold stratified for 90 days for good germination.



Asclepias Arenaria Sand Milkweed

This milkweed Asclepias arenaria is unbranched and produces a greenish-pink cluster of flowers approximately 3 inches around well above the hightest leaves. It does well in dry sandy soils in full sun but can tolerate some shade and grows to 3' in height in zones 4-11. Blooms May thru June and attracts butterflies. Feel free to browse my flower photo gallery
Asclepias Arenaria Sand Milkweed

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Seeds from this milkweed Asclepias arenaria which is unbranched and produces a greenish-pink cluster of flowers approximately 3 inches around well above the highest leaves. It does well in dry sandy soils in full sun but can tolerate some shade and grows to 3' in zones 4-11. Blooms May thru June and attracts butterflies. 4-6 weeks of stratification suggested for good germination. Feel free to browse my flower garden photo gallery.



Asclepias asperula

beautiful Asclepias asperula or better known as Antelope Horns Milkweed. A native to southwestern United States and northern Mexico. 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. Like several other types of milkweed, A. asperula is a food for Monarch caterpillars. This Asclepias can be poisionous to animals and humans if consumed. Visit my gallery for more pictures
Asclepias asperula

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Seeds from this Spider Milkweed Milkweed Asclepias asperula. These cream colored blossom are hardy in zones 4-11 and will bring more butterflies than you can imagine. These 24 inch plants are perennials and grow in full sun and sandy soil is best for them. This is one plant that can be covered with at least three types of butterflies at one time. 4-6 weeks of stratification suggested for good germination.



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