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WANTED: Milkweeds wanted

Posted by danny112596 (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 9, 08 at 16:28

Hi I want all the species of Milkweeds.(plants or seeds) I live in south Texas ans I know that there are many Milkweed species in central and north, east, and west Texas.

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RE: WANTED: Milkweeds wanted

I did not collect them this year but I will collect the asclepias asperula, or antelope milkweed this coming spring. They are all over my land.

RE: WANTED: Milkweeds wanted

I have tons of tropical milkweed seed (Asclepias curassavica), the red flowered. I behaves as a perennial here in North Texas. If you would send me an SASE, I'll send you a bunch.
Do you have any butterfly host plant seeds to swap?
Just email me & I'll send you my address.

RE: WANTED: Milkweeds wanted

Thank-you both. Doesanyone else have any other Milkweeds?

RE: WANTED: Milkweeds wanted

I am looking for all the Milkweeds but especialy these:
Asclepias Texana
Asclepias Latifolia and other unusual Milkweeds like Tall Green Milkweed, Short Green Milkweed, Hall's Milkweed...

RE: WANTED: Milkweeds wanted

I am still looking. If you see any seeds or plants please tell me. I know that Texas has over 30 Milkweed spceies.

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