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Butterfly weed

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Asclepias tuberosa, Butterfly Weed - Burpee

An excellent choice for its vividly orange blooms, these easy-to-grow, long blooming natives make lovely cut flowers and are magnets for butterflies, particularly Monarchs. Crown-shaped flowers form clusters up to 2" across. In the fall, upright pods crack open, releasing seeds glistening with silky hairs. This butterfly milkweed is perfect in meadows, wildflower gardens and as dried pods in arrangements. Sow outdoors in spring after last frost or in late summer. | Asclepias tuberosa…

Butterfly Weed Care: How To Grow Asclepias Plant

The herbaceous perennial, Asclepias tuberosa (Butterfly Weed) makes a perfect addition to any yard and especially suited to butterfly gardens. [LEARN MORE]

Butterfly Weed by Bernie Kasper

Shot of a Buttefly Weed, in Jefferson County Indiana. sindianavisions.wordpress.com/

Hummingbird Flower Garden

Looking to bring in more hummingbirds? This simple five-plant garden plan will be sure to turn your garden into a hummingbird hot spot!

Asclepias tuberosa

A virtually hassle-free perennial, offering three months of tangerine orange blooms (occasionally red or yellow) from early to late summer. Deadheading the flowers will stimulate another bloom cycle about a month after the first one. The flowers, which are heavily laden with nectar and pollen, are particularly attractive to hummingbirds, butterflies, bees, and other beneficial insects.

Asclepias Tuberosa -- Bluestone Perennials

Asclepias Tuberosa - Common name: Butterfly Weed - A punch of intense tangerine orange invites droves of butterflies. A butterfly host plant for Monarchs in particular; butterflies also cherish its lavish flower clusters filled with scrumptious nectar. Green seed pods open to glistening silky parachutes that float with the breeze to a new location. Butterfly Weed emerges late in the spring. Requires little care once established. Tough as nails, this beauty is Native to eastern North America.