Blooms late spring to early summer. On Nov 30 2006 frostweed from Josephine Arlington TX Zone 8a wrote.
Mexican whorled milkweed – Asclepias fascicularis.
Asclepias purpurascens plants for sale. There are lots of other plants that are host plants for Monarch butterflies. California milkweed Asclepias californica. Due to its rarity you may want to get your hands on these specimens whenever the opportunity arises.
Balloon plant milkweed – Asclepias physocarpa. Spreading via rhizomes its best planted in unused areas and side yards where it can spread happily. California Native Plants San Juan Capistrano CA.
Regular price 15 Sold Out. This native plant needs some help getting re-established. Milkweed pods are smooth and thin compared to common milkweed.
Read more on our blog. Asclepias purpurascens Purple Milkweed a host for Monarch caterpillars is available at Toadshade Wildflower Farm a mail order nursery in Frenchtown NJ that specializes in native perennial wildflower plants and seeds. Purple Milkweed Asclepias purpurascens is a rare species of milkweed found in the Midwest and grown for its showy purple flowers.
Rich rose to a light purplish color. Milkweed plants are neonicotinoid and pesticide free. There are usually one to three blooms that form near the ends of the stems in late spring early summer.
Similar to Ascelpeias syriaca Common Milkweed it is an excellent garden choice due to its non-invasive nature. Sphaeralcea ambigua Desert mallow does well in most of Southern California. Sale Price I Save 20.
Also plants from the southwest and irises too. Purple Milkweed Asclepias purpurascens Quick Info. California milkweed grows in lower northern California central and southern California as well as into northern Baja California.
The flower is held above the leaves on stems a bit longer then Common Milkweeds. Trichostema lanatum Woolly Blue Curls is native Monterey County to Baja and does well in San Diego. Purple milkweed is not invasive has pollinator-attracting blooms beautiful dark purple flowers and is easy to transplant.
14 rows A butterfly loving Missouri native perennial Purple Milkweed Asclepias purpurascens delights. I have 3 or 4 kinds of Asclepias in my yard as well as a CA native plant that is in that family but a different Genus. Full sun to part shade.
We grow primarily California native plants. If you want Hummingbirds and butterflies in San Diego plant some native plants like Salvia Pozo Blue sages. Purple Milkweed Asclepias purpurascens is native to Texas and other States.
May be a bit too aggressive for small gardens or borders but great in wild naturalistic areas and butterfly gardens. Similar to Ascelpeias syriaca Common Milkweed it is an excellent garden choice due to its non-invasive nature. Asclepias purpurascens Purple Milkweed is a Michigan native milkweed and is native to most of the eastern United States though it is uncommon to rare in cultivated gardens.
Butterfly Gardens to Go by Michigan Native Butterfly Farm sells the following variety of milkweed plantsTall Green Milkweed Asclepias hirtellaIce Ballet Swamp Milkweed Asclepias incarnataCinderella Swamp Milkweed Asclepias incarnataSwamp Milkweed Asclepias incarnataaAquatic Milkweed Asclepias perennisPurple Milkweed Asclepias purpurascensSullivants Milkweed Asclepias sullivantiiShowy Milkweed Asclepias speciosaCommon Milkweed Asclepias. A magnet for pollinators. This uncommon species is native to lightly shaded edges and open woods.
Purple Milkweed Plants Asclepias purpurascens Rated 500 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating. 1 to 3 ft. The 2 tall green stems emerge from dormancy clothed in 6 long x 3 wide dark green leaves each held on opposite sides.
USDA hardiness zones 3a-9b lows -40 C or -40 F Native to most of the eastern US and Ontario Canada. 2 to 3 feet. The much sought-after Asclepias purpurascens Purple Milkweed looks similar to Common Milkweed Asclepias syriaca but the flower color is a rich red-purple color compared to the soft gray-pink of Common Milkweed.
Also known as Swamp Milkweed it grows best in moist or wet soils. Per Plant – 5 Deep Pot. A fragrant rose-purple milkweed with sweet-scented blooms.
Only one per customer please. Showy milkweed – Asclepias speciosa. 35 pot Host plant to Monarchs beautiful purple flowers herbaceous native perennial hard to find.
Native from Canada south to Louisiana with the heaviest concentration in Missouri Asclepias purpurascens is one of those great North American native plants that should be grown in all sunny gardens. Product is Out of Stock. Asclepias purpurascens Purple Milkweed is a Michigan native milkweed and is native to most of the eastern United States though it is uncommon to rare in cultivated gardens.
Regular price 14 Sold Out. Viguiera laciniata San Diego Sunflower is in flower most. Asclepias purpurascens Purple Milkweed.
I had to look it up in my list of plants but its Sarcostemma cynanchoides –Climbing Milkweed–Asclepiadaceae. Buy Asclepias Pupurascens Milkweed Seeds and Plants. Rose Milkweed Asclepias incarnata is a showy pink blooming Asclepias species that is a food plant for Monarch butterfly caterpillars and a nectar source for adult butterflies.
It is a perennial and has thick wooly stems that are low to the ground and bending upwards. Plants are listed in alphabetical order by botanical name. It is an important monarch butterfly caterpillar host plant.
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