Horsetail milkweed, Asclepias subverticillata
Horsetail milkweed, Asclepias subverticillata 25 seeds
Looking to attract monarch butterflies and other pollinators to your garden? Look no further than our Horsetail milkweed seeds! This native Southwest North American species is a great addition to the garden, offering a vibrant burst of white flowers that bloom from June to August. And because it's a food source for monarch caterpillars, planting Horsetail milkweed seeds is a great way to support the struggling monarch butterfly population.
Our Horsetail milkweed seeds were harvested in October of 2021 in Iron County, Utah. We take great pride in offering high-quality seeds to our customers, and these seeds are no exception. Each packet contains 25 seeds, providing plenty of opportunities to grow this beautiful and beneficial plant.
To plant your Horsetail milkweed seeds, simply scatter them in a sunny, well-drained location in your garden, and lightly cover them with soil. Water them regularly, and watch as they sprout and grow into a stunning addition to your garden. And because Horsetail Milkweed is a perennial plant, it will come back year after year, providing a reliable food source for monarch butterflies and other pollinators.
Order your Horsetail milkweed seeds today and start enjoying the beauty and benefits of this native Southwest North American plant in your own garden!
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Four (4) Horsetail Milkweed (Asclepias subverticillata) Live Plants
MilkweedOne's Etsy store is offering four (4) Horsetail Milkweed plants, Asclepias subverticillata, in 1.5 pint containers (3.5" X 3.5" X 5" deep). Our plants are grown from seed for this growing season. Horsetail Milkweed is an easily grown milkweed preferring medium dry to dry soil in full sun preferably or at least part sun. White flowers are attractive to pollinators and the leaves are an important food source for Monarch butterflies. This plant is native to much of the United States including from Texan to Missouri to Idaho and south to Arizona.
View Horsetail milkweed observations on iNaturalist
View Horsetail milkweed plant information at Wildflower.org
View Horsetail milkweed plant information at Plants.USDA.gov