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Flowers: Asclepias/Milkweed
Asclepias spp.
The milkweed genus, about 200 perennial and annual species distributed principally throughout North America and Africa, characterized by milky sap and seeds wind borne on plumose tufts of fluff. These are essential plant resources for the monarch butterfly, and honeybees visit them up to the bitter end of autumn. They are good cut flowers, including the pods just as they begin to open...that is if you like action.

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 Gay Butterflies (Asclepias/Milkweed)  Gay Butterflies 
NEW FOR 2017! Red, orange, and gold clusters of milkweed flowers to 5" across. 24" tall perennials for cutting or butterfly ranching. Full sun, hardy zones 3-9. pricing and more info...
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 Silky Gold (Asclepias/Milkweed)  Silky Gold 
NEW FOR 2017! An annual milkweed with flowers in 2-4" golden yellow clusters, on stems from 2-3' tall, in constant visitation by honeybees. Flowers are soon followed by seed pods full of silky parachutes and attached seeds. These can make dynamic additions to bouquets, creating a sense of liveliness in the arrangement. pricing and more info...
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 Silky Red (Asclepias/Milkweed)  Silky Red 
NEW FOR 2017! The red counterpart to 'Silky Gold'. Works well together as a mix. This species is commonly called Bloodflower in its native tropical range, probably because this is the common species color. pricing and more info...
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