(Asclepias tuberosa) [Perennial native to North America] Bright orange flowers attract bees, butterflies, and some birds throughout the growing season. Requires a very well-drained or gravelly soil in full sun. Quickest blooms come from seed sown in the fall; may take up to two years to become established from seed. Established plants are drought tolerant and freely self sow. Pkt (0.25 g, 50 seeds)
Culture: Perennial. Germination: 65-75°F, light required, 20-90 days. Full sun. Direct sow. Ht. 24 in.