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Native Milkweed Selections

For butterfly–friendly landscaping

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  • Only plant monarchs can lay eggs on
  • Easy-care natives with great soil tolerance
  • Free flowering through the summer

Native Milkweed Selections

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It's the best of both worlds. Your garden aesthetic is accentuated by the brilliant Monarch butterflies that milkweed attracts, and you do right by these beneficial pollinators, providing the one plant they can lay eggs on. That's another thing about milkweed—easy landscaping. In this collection, three warm–toned bloom colors catch attention and keep it, as all of these varieties are free flowering through summer. They're all easy–to–grow, native varieties. The tuberosa varieties have a strong tolerance for dry soil. Patches of tuberosa have been seen growing out of otherwise barren, rocky soil on the side of highways. We also included an incarnata variety, also called Swamp Milkweed, which tolerates wet soil to the point of thriving in a water garden. Deer tend not to eat milkweed. Asclepias tuberosa (3), incarnata 'Soulmate' (1), tuberosa 'Hello Yellow' (1)
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