Asclepias incarnata Pulchra 10 seeds
Seeds from this Pulchra Milkweed or Asclepias Incarnata subspecies. . These blossom in zones 3 to 9b throughout the season and will bring more butterflies and bees than you can imagine. These gorgous deep pink colored blossoms are across the yard. Very similar to Swamp Milkweed but shorter and more manageable at 24-36 inches in the home garden. Attracts Monarch butterflies as a larval food source in July and August. This variety needs full sun and consistantly moist soil.