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Bloodflower (Asclepias curassavica), packet of 50 seeds
Bloodflower (Asclepias curassavica), packet of 50 seeds

(Wild Ipecac, Tropical Milkweed) Blood flowers are uniquely colored, and in showiness they vie with just about any fancy hybrid. The entire family of Asclepiadaceae are fascinating and showy.

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Milkweed, Common (Asclepias syriaca), packet of 50 seeds, organic
Milkweed, Common (Asclepias syriaca), packet of 50 seeds, organic

(Common Milkweed, Butterfly Weed) Herbaceous perennial native to North America.  This is standard midwestern milkweed that nonetheless has some of the prettiest, baseball-sized flower clusters you'll see anywhere, giving off a heady perfume that is like the bosom of Madame Bovary.

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Milkweed, Showy (Asclepias speciosa), packet of 30 seeds
Milkweed, Showy (Asclepias speciosa), packet of 30 seeds

(Showy Milkweed)  Excellent choice for medicinal gardens in the western states, to which this full-sun milkweed is native. Deeply perfumed flowers are a bigtime butterfly attractor and well worth a garden pathside sniff.

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Pleurisy Root, Official (Asclepias tuberosa), packet of 50 seeds, organic
Pleurisy Root, Official (Asclepias tuberosa), packet of 50 seeds, organic

(Butterfly Weed, Butterfly Flower)  Herbaceous perennial native to the American prairies and hardy to -20 degrees F.  Strikingly beautiful herb, with tresses of deep yellow and orange flowers, sometimes nearly red.  Magnitizes monarchs and feeds nectar to the bees. 

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Swan Plant (Asclepias physocarpa), packet of 10 seeds, organic
Swan Plant (Asclepias physocarpa), packet of 10 seeds, organic

(Balloonplant, Balloon Plant, Swanplant, Family Jewels, Monkeyballs)  Tropical perennial grown as an annual in the temperate US.  In my experience, overwinters in zone 8 and above. The plant is considered a curiousity, with drooping clusters of asclepias-type flowers, white, giving way to inflated balls. Very fun and eliciting almost always a gasp or two from visitors.  

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