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Asclepias californica | Bring Back The Monarchs

Asclepias californica | Bring Back The Monarchs

Asclepias californica | Bring Back The Monarchs (In the picture, a Monarch Butterfly caterpillar feeds on the California breed of Milkweed.)

Asclepias californica | Bring Back The Monarchs (In the picture, a Monarch Butterfly caterpillar feeds on the California breed of Milkweed.)

25+ Milkweed Ideas for your Garden- Asclepias asperula is commonly referred to as Antelope horns because of it's horn-shaped seed pods. It is native to the southwest US from California to Texas, which makes it an important milkweed variety for spring returning monarchs across the US. It's a host plant for monarch caterpillars and the unique flowers hold nectar nourishment for adult butterflies.

Find Milkweed Plants and Milkweed Seeds for Monarchs

Asclepias asperula is commonly referred to as Antelope horns because of it's horn-shaped seed pods. It is native to the southwest US from California to Texas, which makes it an important milkweed variety for spring returning monarchs across the US.

Asclepias cordifolia | Bring Back The Monarchs  **

Asclepias cordifolia | Bring Back The Monarchs **

Asclepias viridis | "Green Antelopehorn Milkweed" : Distribution: AL, AR, FL, GA, IL, IN (Endangered), KS, KY, LA, MO, MS, NE, OH, OK, SC, TN, TX, WV

Asclepias viridis | "Green Antelopehorn Milkweed" : Distribution: AL, AR, FL, GA, IL, IN (Endangered), KS, KY, LA, MO, MS, NE, OH, OK, SC, TN, TX, WV

Asclepias speciosa

Asclepias speciosa

Find Milkweed Plants and Milkweed Seeds for Monarchs  ~  Redring Milkweed

Find Milkweed Plants and Milkweed Seeds for Monarchs

Redring Milkweed (Asclepias variegata) is a pretty white-blooming milkweed that gets its name from the contrasting purple rings around each flower.

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