• Asclepias 'Gay Butterflies Mixed'

    Asclepias 'Gay Butterflies Mixed'

    Large, free-flowering plants in a vibrant orange, accented by a few reds and yellows. Blooms in 12-16 weeks from sowing. Produces a shimmering, prolific display, excellent cut and dried. Germination: 30- 120 days, 65-85F. Moist soil. Z4-9. 24x24in.

  • Asclepias Cinderella

    Asclepias Cinderella

    So fragrant, colorful, and carefree! A magnet for butterflies, 'Cinderella' is one of the easiest, most adaptable plants you will ever grow. Just toss the seeds into the garden and stand back! Vanilla-scented flowerheads 2 inches across arise among the long, lush leaves all summer long (and often right into fall!), crowding atop very free-blooming plants 2 to 4 feet high and 2 feet wide. Every sunny garden deserves this trouble-free, long-blooming perennial!If you can bear to cut them, the blooms are long-lasting in fresh and dried bouquets. This native American plant loves full sun and thrives in heat, humidity,…

  • Asclepias incarnata 'Cinderella' - Pack of 3 Plants

    Asclepias incarnata 'Cinderella' - Pack of 3 Plants

    So fragrant, colorful, and carefree! A magnet for butterflies, 'Cinderella' is one of the easiest, most adaptable plants you will ever grow. Just plant in the garden and stand back! Vanilla-scented flowerheads 2 inches across arise among the long, lush leaves all summer long (and often right into fall!), crowding atop very free-blooming plants 2 to 4 feet high and 2 feet wide. Every sunny garden deserves this trouble-free, long-blooming perennial!If you can bear to cut them, the blooms are long-lasting in fresh and dried bouquets. This native American plant loves full sun and thrives in heat, humidity, and even…

    So fragrant, colorful, and carefree! A magnet for butterflies, 'Cinderella' is one of the easiest, most adaptable plants you will ever grow. Just plant in the garden and stand back! Vanilla-scented flowerheads 2 inches across arise among the long, lush leaves all summer long (and often right into fall!), crowding atop very free-blooming plants 2 to 4 feet high and 2 feet wide. Every sunny garden deserves this trouble-free, long-blooming perennial!If you can bear to cut them, the blooms are long-lasting in fresh and dried bouquets. This native American plant loves full sun and thrives in heat, humidity, and even…

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    Asclepias Mixture

    Brighten your landscape and front border with large clusters of showy crown-like blooms of orange, red, pink or lemon yellow engulfed in oblong, mid-green leaves. Cut flowers and pods are exquisite in fresh, as well as dried, arrangements. Enjoy all of the butterflies that will flock to your garden! Drought tolerant, too. 3-9 #1 Plants 18-36" Full sun to Part Shade Summer If our spring shipping season is closed, your order will be shipped the following spring.

  • Butterfly Flower Asclepias tuberosa Plant

    Butterfly Flower Asclepias tuberosa Plant

    Why can't all wildflowers be as beautiful as bright, hardy Butterfly Flower? Big orange flowerheads burst into bloom in mid- to late summer, attracting every butterfly in the neighborhood to your garden and stealing the show with color so rich it almost glows! This lovely perennial is especially attractive to Monarch butterflies, acting as a nectar source and a host plant, providing a place for the butterflies to lay their eggs. The foliage is lovely, too, extending this Asclepias' beauty beyond bloomtime.Easy to grow, it asks only for sun and plenty of it; it laughs at heat and drought, survives…

    Why can't all wildflowers be as beautiful as bright, hardy Butterfly Flower? Big orange flowerheads burst into bloom in mid- to late summer, attracting every butterfly in the neighborhood to your garden and stealing the show with color so rich it almost glows! This lovely perennial is especially attractive to Monarch butterflies, acting as a nectar source and a host plant, providing a place for the butterflies to lay their eggs. The foliage is lovely, too, extending this Asclepias' beauty beyond bloomtime.Easy to grow, it asks only for sun and plenty of it; it laughs at heat and drought, survives…

  • Gay Butterflies Asclepias tuberosa Butterfly Weed Mix Plant

    Gay Butterflies Asclepias tuberosa Butterfly Weed Mix Plant

    'Gay Butterflies' is the most popular Butterfly Weed in American gardens, and one glance shows you why. Where else can you find giant 5-inch flowerheads in all shades of yellow, orange, and red, that emerge in early summer and continue well into fall? The butterflies aren't the only ones who value this super-easy perennial in the sunny garden!The flowers arise in big claw-shaped panicles, very distinctive, beginning as soon as the weather warms up in summer. Each plant will have a slightly different shade of yellow, gold, orange, burnt umber, crimson, scarlet, or cherry red -- the more you plant,…

    'Gay Butterflies' is the most popular Butterfly Weed in American gardens, and one glance shows you why. Where else can you find giant 5-inch flowerheads in all shades of yellow, orange, and red, that emerge in early summer and continue well into fall? The butterflies aren't the only ones who value this super-easy perennial in the sunny garden!The flowers arise in big claw-shaped panicles, very distinctive, beginning as soon as the weather warms up in summer. Each plant will have a slightly different shade of yellow, gold, orange, burnt umber, crimson, scarlet, or cherry red -- the more you plant,…

  • Hello Yellow Asclepias Butterfly Flower Plant

    Hello Yellow Asclepias Butterfly Flower Plant

    One of the finest native American perennials, Asclepias brightens the mid- to late-summer sunny garden with massive bloomheads, followed by handsome seedpods that are unequalled in dried arrangements. Now this coppery-orange species has a bright yellow cousin with the same great drought resistance, free blooming habit, and irresistible appeal to butterflies and bees!'Hello Yellow' is just about the sunniest color we've ever seen outside a Marigold! The 3-inch flowerheads are simply jammed with blooms, and as they open, the butterflies and bees begin arriving. This Asclepias contains an essential food for Monarch butterflies, and apparently everything else with two wings…

    One of the finest native American perennials, Asclepias brightens the mid- to late-summer sunny garden with massive bloomheads, followed by handsome seedpods that are unequalled in dried arrangements. Now this coppery-orange species has a bright yellow cousin with the same great drought resistance, free blooming habit, and irresistible appeal to butterflies and bees!'Hello Yellow' is just about the sunniest color we've ever seen outside a Marigold! The 3-inch flowerheads are simply jammed with blooms, and as they open, the butterflies and bees begin arriving. This Asclepias contains an essential food for Monarch butterflies, and apparently everything else with two wings…