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Terroir Seeds - Butterfly Milkweed

Asclepias tuberosa

With This Pretty Plant You Can Do Your Part To Help Save The Monarch.
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Every spring, Monarch butterflies begin their long migration and seek out Asclepias tuberosa on which to lay their eggs. These are the only plants that their newly hatched offspring can feed on, so a reliable source of this native plant is essential to the overall survival of the Monarch.

This bushy variety of milkweed has an abundance of dark-green lance-shaped leaves and will grow 1½-2' tall. Large, flat-topped clusters of yellow-orange to bright orange flowers bloom May through September.

This variety of milkweed is native to most of the United States, with the exception of: WA, OR, NV, ID, MT, WY and ND. Because certain types of milkweed can become invasive in certain areas, we recommend you contact the The Xerces Society or the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) if you are uncertain about whether this plant is appropriate for where you live.

Each package contains approximately 100 seeds.

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