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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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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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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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