Hundredfold Common Milkweed Native Wild Flower 30 Seeds - Asclepias syriaca Milk Weed, Food Source for Monarch Caterpillar and Butterfly
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Lavender-scented flowers laden with pollen and nectar, milkweed is the main food source for Monarch Butterflies. The fruits can provide fiber to Gold Finches for nest building
Common milkweed could become weedy and invasive. It is difficult to remove due to the deep rhizome roots
Milkweed seeds are notoriously difficult to germinate outside of their natural habitats. Please do not try if not motivated to feed the Monarchs
Each package contains 30 open-pollinated seeds that are packed and shipped from Ontario
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Note: For large gardens and restoration projects, please choose the larger pack of 10 grams/pack
The last image shows a monarch caterpillar on common milkweed in our Toronto garden. These seeds are harvested from our garden. It is 100% Ontario Grown, 100% organic. Zero product cost, zero import and transportation fee for the seeds, thus we are able to offer them at a low price.
Common milkweed is Nature’s gift for beneficial insects. Over 450 insects are known to feed on different portions of the plant. In the Northeast and Midwest of North America, it is one of the most important food plants for monarch caterpillars. After those caterpillars transform into butterflies by feasting on the leaves, they return to the same kind of plant for nectars.
Be aware that common milkweed could become weedy and hard to remove. Care should be taken to establish the plant only in places where spread can be tolerated. They are food for insects only, not for humans. The sap of common milkweed is toxic to humans and farm animals.
Common milkweed seeds are notoriously difficult o germinate outside of their natural habitats. It is fortunate if the germination rate is over 40%. Please contact us for a replacement or refund if there is a germination problem.
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