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    1. Asclepias syriaca Common Milkweed
      Asclepias syriaca is a large, coarse, weedy plant with large, broad, oblong leaves. It forms round clusters of pale pink, fragrant blooms in the upper leaf axils. Also referred to as Common Milkweed, this perennial's leaves and stems exude a milky sap when cut. Asclepias syriaca is great for large meadows or...
    2. Asclepias verticillata Whorled Milkweed
      Asclepias verticillata is an upright plant with very narrow, needle-like leaves on unbranched stems. Asclepias vericillata forms clusters of fragrant white blooms that are held in the upper leaf axils and on stem ends. It is one of the last species of milkweed to bloom. Commonly referred to as Whorled...
    3. Asclepias incarnata Swamp Milkweed
      Asclepias incarnata, or Swamp Milkweed, has pretty rose-pink, long-lasting fragrant flower clusters on upright plants. This perennial is sought out for its nectar-rich blooms and its leaves are larval food for monarch butterflies. Native to all but the westernmost United States, Asclepias incarnata is naturally found in sunny wet areas...
    4. Asclepias incarnata 'Ice Ballet' Swamp Milkweed
      Asclepias incarnata 'Ice Ballet' has pure white, long-lasting, fragrant flower clusters on upright plants. The blooms are a favorite nectar source for pollinators and its leaves are larval food for monarch butterflies. A perennial, Asclepias incarnata 'Ice Ballet' blooms in mid to late summer. Native to all but the westernmost United States,...
    5. Asclepias curassavica 'Red Butterfly' Tropical Milkweed
      Asclepias curassavica Red Butterfly has showy clusters of red blooms with yellow-orange centers that are produced all summer to hard frost. Also known as Tropical Butterfly Weed, Asclepias curassavica Red Butterfly flowers will attract butterflies and hummingbirds galore. Its leaves are used as food by larval Monarch butterflies. Asclepias curassavica...
    6. Asclepias tuberosa Butterfly Weed
      Asclepias tuberosa is a long blooming perennial with bright orange flower clusters that attract butterflies. Commonly referred to as Butterfly Weed, Asclepias tuberosa leaves provide a larval food source for monarch butterflies. Deadhead this plant to encourage rebloom. Butterfly Weed is native to all but the northwest United States. It is typically...
    7. Asclepias speciosa Showy Milkweed
      Asclepias speciosa is similar in form to Common Milkweed, Asclepias syriaca, but its rhizomes are less aggressive making it better for garden use. It produces 4" rounded clusters of fragrant, spiky, pinkish-purple flowers that top thick stems of large, velvety blue-green leaves most of the summer. Like other milkweeds it...