The Monarch Butterfly Host Plant: Milkweeds and How to Grow Them From Seed
There are many species of perennial milkweeds that can serve as a monarch butterfly host plant. Learn which are the best and how to grow them from seed.
Soulmate Swamp Milkweed
Monarchs and Other Pollinators Will Flock to These Flowers To ensure live delivery, please place your order when temperatures in your region are suitable for planting outdoors Love at first sight! Soulmate Swamp Milkweed is a sensational Spirit that will bring joyful pink blossoms to your beds and borders in early summer. The exquisite blooms smell like vanilla and attract hummingbirds, butterflies, and pollinators of all stripes. But that’s not all. Soulmate will give you a satisfying…
Swamp Milkweed – How to Grow Asclepias Incarnata | Growit Buildit
Swamp Milkweed is a native perennial that grows to about 4’ tall and is very showy. Similar to common milkweed in structure, it blooms slightly…
Asclepias incarnata - swamp milkweed
Asclepias incarnata, swamp milkweed, is a decorative and essential perennial to any moist full sun habitat, pale pink blossoms explode with color from late June thru August
Asclepias incarnata Cinderella
Native to all but the six most western US states, Asclepias incarnata forms stunning 50" tall stalks, topped in summer with branched terminal heads of mauvy-pink flowers, attractive to hummingbirds and butterflies. Asclepias incarnata prefers moist-to-soggy soils but fares well in typical garden soils...barring extended droughts. A regular renaissance plant, Asclepias incarnata stays fresh in a vase as well as being a monarch butterfly indulgence...hopefully not at the same time.
Red Swamp Milkweed, Asclepius Incarnata
Red swamp milkweed is a perennial that will attract several different species of butterflies, including Monarch, Swallowtail and many others and bumble bees and hummingbirds as well. FOR CLIMATE ZONES 4B-8 - PLANT NOW or when temps are at or below 45 degrees. If you wait until spring, you will have
Milkweed Plants * Asclepias syriaca (Common Milkweed) * Asclepias tuberosa (Butterfly Weed) * Asclepias incarnata (Swamp Milkweed) * Asclepias curassavica (Tropical Milkweed) *
Milkweed, Asclepias, is the host plant for Monarch butterflies, and it produces a sweet nectar that is sough by many butterfly species. We grow and ship several species of milkweed (Asclepias curassavica, Asclepias incarnata, and Asclepias tuberosa) from May thru October.
Swamp Milkweed Butterfly Weed Asclepias
Swamp Milkweed Plants for Sale Online Asclepias incarnata or Swamp Milkweed is a very popular plant for pollinators and for good reason. Hawkmoths, Swallowtail butterflies, Greater Fritillaries, Monarch butterflies, skippers, bumblebees, honeybees, and numerous other nectar-seekers will visit this plant daily when in flower.
Pink/Purple Common Milkweed, Asclepius Syriaca
Please note that my processing time is 1-2 weeks due to a high volume of orders. Most times I can get it shipped in one week, I just cannot guarantee it at this time. I am working day and night to ensure your order goes out on time! Thank you for your patience! :) FOR CLIMATE ZONES 4B-8 PLANT NOW or
100 Swamp Milkweed Seeds / Asclepias Incarnata
Grown & Harvested in the USA Common Name: swamp milkweed Type: Herbaceous perennial Family: Apocynaceae Native Range: Northeastern and southeastern United States Zone: 3 to 6 Height: 4.00 to 5.00 feet Spread: 2.00 to 3.00 feet Bloom Time: July to August Bloom Description: White, pink, mauve Sun: Full sun Water: Medium to wet Maintenance: Low Suggested Use: Naturalize, Rain Garden Flower: Showy, Fragrant Attracts: Butterflies Tolerate: Deer, Clay Soil, Wet Soil Native Range: USA: AL , AR…
Swamp Milkweed Seeds
Everybody knows "Common Milkweed," the tough leathery plant with the dusty lavender blooms that are favored by Monarch butterflies. Swamp Milkweed (Asclepias incarnata) is close to this variety, but much more elegant. The leaves are less coarse, and the plant is usually sort of willowy and tall. Best of all, the pink blooms also welcome monarchs and hummingbirds. As you can tell by the name, this wildflower prefers wet ground, but in full sun. Native Range for Asclepias incarnata (Swamp…