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Asclepias incarnata - Swamp Milkweed wildflower prefers damp and swampy ground.

Asclepias incarnata - Swamp Milkweed wildflower prefers damp and swampy ground.

Info on Swamp Milkweed for Monarch Butterflies and Caterpillars  Asclepias incarnata: Swamp milkweed, Swamp silkweed, Rose milkweed, White Indian hemp

Asclepias Incarnata- Swamp Milkweed for Monarch Butterflies

Find and plant milkweed plants and milkweed seeds for your garden to attract monarch butterflies. Milkweed is also the host plant for monarch caterpillars.

Prairie Flower Seed/Red Milkweed @ Listia for free!!!!!!!!

Prairie Flower Seed/Red Milkweed @ Listia for free!

Asclepias syriaca - Common Milkweed  The most common of the milkweeds in the Tallgrass Prairie.

Asclepias syriaca - Common Milkweed The most common of the milkweeds in the Tallgrass Prairie. ~ These have a wonderful fragrance.

Asclepias syriaca (Common milkweed) - a Missouri native plant important for monarch butterflies - prefers full sun & medium-to-dry soil - pink-purple flowers - typically 2-3 feet tall with a .75-1.0 inch spread - considered "too weedy" for borders by some

Asclepias syriaca (Common milkweed) - a Missouri native plant important for monarch butterflies - prefers full sun & medium-to-dry soil - pink-purple flowers - typically feet tall with a inch spread - considered "too weedy" for borders by some

Swamp milkweed - Missouri native plant important for monarch butterflies

Asclepias incarnata - Plant Finder neighbors join together to plant 20 plants of at least two different varieties of milkweed to sustain monarch butterfly populations.

Top Plant Choices to Include in Your First Garden: Ozark Sundrop, Missouri Evening Primrose - Oenothera macrocarpa/O. missouriensi

30 Top Plant Choices to Include in Your First Garden

Top Plant Choices to Include in Your First Garden: Ozark Sundrop, Missouri Evening Primrose - Oenothera macrocarpa/O.

Rudbeckia nitida

Favorite Sun Perennials at Portland Nursery and Garden Center.

Blue Phlox (Wild Sweet William): A common, eye-catching native spring wildflower, blue phlox is found nearly statewide in Missouri. | Missouri Department of Conservation

Blue Phlox (Wild Sweet William): A common, eye-catching native spring wildflower, blue phlox is found nearly statewide in Missouri.

Midwest wildflowe mix from American Meadows. Would love to have this in  the garden.

Midwest Wildflower Seed Mix

This favorite wildflower mixture is comprised of 28 different wildflowers, both annuals and perennials, that will thrive in the Midwest region of the country. The Midwest Wildflower Seed Mix is designed to create show-stopping color all season long, year

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Crested Iris (MO native, avereage soil, sun or light shade, tough to grow, Apr-May)

Montana designated bitterroot (Lewisia rediviva) as the official state flower in 1895. Bitterroot can be found during spring and summer, growing in the sagebrush plains and the foothills of the mountains in western and south central Montana.

Montana designated bitterroot (Lewisia rediviva) as the official state flower in Bitterroot can be found during spring and summer, growing in the sagebrush plains and the foothills of the mountains in western and south central Montana.

LILAC BUSH: 1) Attracts Butterflies 2) Grows 5 - 15 feet tall 3) Aromatic 4) Comes in 7 colors & blooms in spring/summer

Lilacs

LILAC BUSH: Attracts Butterflies Grows 5 - 15 feet tall Aromatic Comes in 7 colors & blooms in spring/summer Neil loves lilacs.