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Asclepias Red - Annual

Asclepias Red

(Milkweed) Enjoy the flutter of the Monarch Butterfly by adding some Asclepias curassavica Red to your pollinator garden. Asclepias curassavica Redis not only a beautiful addition to the garden and landscape, but it is also a vital part of attracting Monarchs to your garden. Hardy in zones 9-10, Asclepias curassavica Red is a perennial. For

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Asclepias Yellow - Annual

Asclepias Yellow

(Milkweed) Create a perfect butterfly oasis for the Monarch Butterfly by adding Asclepias curassavica Yellow to your garden. Standing 2-3 feet tall and spreading up to 2 feet wide, Asclepias curassavica Yellow produces bright, pure yellow flowers atop deep green foliage. Asclepias curassavica Yellow is annual milkweed in zones 9-10 and is grown as a

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Asclepias Orange - Annual

Asclepias Orange

(Milkweed) Butterflies are a great addition to the garden, the Monarch is no exception. To be able to attract Monarch Butterflies to the garden you need a key host plant, that is Asclepias or Milkweed. Asclepias curassavica Orange is a tropical Milkweed that is hardy in zones 8-10, In cooler climates, this can be grown

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Save the Monarch

Creating a Habitat For The Monarchs

Asclepias MilkweedThere has been alot of talk over the past few years about the decline of habitat for the Monarch Butterfly thus resulting in fewer and fewer Monarch butterflies. As a gardener myself, and if you are reading this you probably are also, let’s do our part by creating our own Monarch habitat in our garden spaces.

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Asclepias Silky Deep Red - Annual

Asclepias ‘Silky Deep Red’

(Milkweed) Layer your garden with Asclepias ‘Silky Deep Red’ and other Milkweed for a Monarch Butterfly paradise. ‘Silky Deep Red’ Forms an upright, long-blooming clump with eye-catching bi-colored blooms. Standing 3-4 feet tall and spreading up to 3 feet wide, Asclepias “silky Deep Red’ features clusters of red buds that open to bicolor red and

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