What's destroying my Asclepias Incarnata?
It's not monarch cats, but something is eating or somehow annihilating my swamp milkweed. I'm so discouraged, since I bought at least three good-sized plants last year, then found some growing near a ditch and dug up quite a few more.
I do have seedlings coming up from seeds I sprinkled, and some seedlings that docmom shared too (thanks again!).
One plant that came up wild last year is back and doing OK so far in a different area of the garden, along with one I transplanted there last year.
Any ideas what this could be from or if there's any way to rescue the plants that have parts of their leaves left?