Well, hello yellow! This sunny yellow native milkweed was found growing in the Colorado wild. A butterfly magnet and lovely in a vase.
Add more color to your pollinator garden! Asclepias tuberosa is native to most of the U.S. and is usually orange, but sometimes plants magically take on regional characteristics, like this yellow beauty that was found in Colorado. A unique milkweed that will delight your visiting monarch butterflies who are dependant on milkweed for food and habitat. Drought tolerant and practically care free.
Variety InfoIndividual flowers ½", borne in brilliant yellow clusters.
6 to 8 weeks before your average last frost date.
2 to 4 weeks before your average last frost date, or fall for spring germination.