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Milkweeds have very distinctive flowers, with unique shapes and features. I guess it shouldn’t be surprising that their pollination story is equally interesting.

Photo of the Week - June 15, 2012

From Manitoba Home & Gardener's 10 neat Things e-newsletter

10 Neat Things about Milkweed

Twelve native milkweeds.

Twelve Native Milkweeds for Monarchs

Milkweeds Native to Florida

Milkweeds Native to Florida

Milkweed From Cuttings

Monarchs and Milkweed at Menards

Sowing Milkweed Seeds

Monarchs and Milkweed at Menards

Collecting Milkweed

Monarchs and Milkweed at Menards

The Xerces Society » Milkweed FAQ

Milkweed FAQ

List of Milkweed by state

Find Milkweed, Grow Milkweed Plants.

Milkwe, Butterflies, Xerc, Monarch, Latest, Closer

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How to germinate milkweed seeds.

Gardening! Gardening! Gardening! » How to Germinate and Grow Milkweed Seed

Adult monarch butterfly on common milkweed © Beatriz Moisset

The Milkweed Community

No Milkweed, No Monarchs - YouTube

No Milkweed, No Monarchs

Buy native milkweed seeds here

Monarch | Buy Rare Seeds | Asclepias | Aristolochia | Passiflora | Passion Vines

Monarchs & Milkweed - Yosemite Nature Notes - Episode 24 - YouTube

Monarch Mania! Monarch Butterfly Life Cycle

Why Don't Monarchs Get Sick From Eating Milkweed?

Different species of milkweed

Milkweed - Butterfly Gardens To Go

The 'hello yellow' variety of butterfly weed can be mixed in with the original orange Ascelpias tuberosa to create a colorful display of sunny milkweed flowers for precious pollinators.

Find Milkweed Plants and Milkweed Seeds for Monarchs

Asclepias variegata is a rare milkweed species that features wintry white flowers with distinctive red markings. Its common name is redring milkweed and it can be grown as a host plant for monarch butterflies. It's not easy to establish, but you'll have a better chance growing these fragrant, finicky milkweed plants in partial shade.

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Importance of Milkweed Habitat Tip

Importance of Milkweed Habitat Tip

18+ Milkweed Ideas for Butterfly Gardens- The thick leaves of asclepias viridis are a tasty treat for spring time monarch caterpillars. The Kansas Native Plant Society recently named this milkweed their 2015 Wildflower of the Year!

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Asclepias sullivantii

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Asclepias incarnata Cinderella - fragrant, attracts butterflies, hummingbirds. Deer resistant and heat tolerant.

Asclepias incarnata Cinderella - White Flower Farm

Brief profiles on native milkweeds

Milkweed | Bring Back The Monarchs

Milkweed Information Sheet

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