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HAVE: Asclepias tuberosa (Orange Butterfly Milkweed) Seed

Posted by brandon7 6b (like 7b now) TN (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 24, 07 at 21:13

I have quite a few packs of freshly collected (Sept 2007) and cleaned Asclepias tuberosa seed for trade. These seeds are very easy to grow and drought resistant once established.

This plant grows a large tap root and should be planted in its permanent location or planted in a deep container and transplanted before it gets very big.

I would like to trade for other hardy Asclepias species (see my trade list), easy to grow native tree seed, or perennial seed. I am not interested in annuals, vegetables, or plants not hardy in my zone.


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