Common Milkweed Plant Seeds

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Common Milkweed Plant Seeds

Native plant, requires no care once established. Host plant for Monarch Butterflies. Fresh seed for 2015 ready NOW!

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Common milkweed (Asclepias syriaca) is native American plant, which is the ONLY host plant for monarch butterfly caterpillars. If you've never watched a monarch travel through its life cycle from egg to small caterpillar to large fat caterpillar to chrysalis to the Monarch, you are in for a true treat!

Common milkweed is very easy to grow from seed, it can be sown directly in the garden in early spring or started indoors 6 weeks or so before last frost and added to your garden as seedlings.

The plant has large beautiful leaves, and will grow to between 5 or 6 foot tall. I grow these in "clumps" for the most natural effect.
Your plants will be covered in awesome smelling lavender flowers in late spring / early summer. The pollinators will show up IMMEDIATELY!!
.One packet contains a minimum 100 fresh viable seed
Happy Gardening!!
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