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Blood Flower Milkweed Seeds, Food and Host Plant for Monarch Butterflies #adMarde Ross & Company #ad
- Plant these seeds yourself and Give as Gifts to Help Save the Monarch Butterfly. Blood flower or Sunset Flower Milkweed. It takes 2 generations of monarchs to Migrate in each direction Canada to Pacific Grove and Mexico and they need milkweed along their paths.
They form chrysilises on the plant for their Metamorphosis. Monarch butterfly's host for egg laying, feeding, and Hatch and the tiny Catepillars Feed on the Milkweed.
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- The bloodflower shrub adds a rich splash of orange-red to any garden. A fun addition to bouquets and flower arrangements. Milkweed seeds need to go through a period of cold stratification.
Easy to grow, requires little maintenance and thrives in zones 3-9. Grows up to 4 feet in height and does well in full sun to partial shade. Before planting.
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- Save the bees and butterflies: attracts bees, hummingbirds, and the endangered monarch butterflies. Annual in climates with frost and freezing. Safe: heirloom, non-gmO seeds are locally grown and harvested in a chemical-free environment.
Us native wildflower: usda zones: 3, northeast, 7, 5, midwest, Plains/Texas, Northern, 8, 6, 10, 9, 11 us regions: Arid/Desert, 4, Southeast.
Bed or container gardening. Perennial in climates without frost. Perfect for planting in the cool weather of the fall and spring! Milkweed is hearty and can tolerate some dryness, occasional watering may be necessary. Beautiful blooms: shrub-like plant with beautiful red, and yellow flowers, orange, and lush green foliage. Easy to grow: detailed instructions provided.
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- Like most milkweeds, this variety features opposite leaves and produces orange-red flowers forming terminal and auxiliary clusters that are 2-4 in across. Its dependable bright orange and red flowers stand out against the dark green foliage.
Blood flower seeds are better to start indoors and transplant after last frost to a desirable area. Blood flower asclepias curassavica is an erect, evergreen perennial sub-shrub that is often grown as an annual.
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- Easy to grow: detailed instructions provided. Beautiful blooms: shrub-like plant with beautiful red, orange, and yellow flowers, and lush green foliage.
Save the bees and butterflies: attracts bees, hummingbirds, and the endangered monarch butterflies. Safe: heirloom, non-gmO seeds are locally grown and harvested in a chemical-free environment.
Perfect for planting in the cool weather of the fall and spring! Milkweed is hearty and can tolerate some dryness, occasional watering may be necessary. Us native wildflower: usda zones: 3, plains/texas, 6, 7, 9, Midwest, 10, 5, Northern, 11 us regions: arid/desert, 4, northeast, 8, Southeast.
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- Blood flower or Sunset Flower Milkweed. Germination rate about 80% or better. It takes 2 generations of monarchs to Migrate in each direction Canada to Pacific Grove and Mexico and they need milkweed along their paths.
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- Flowers are red-orange with yellow hoods. Asklepios is the Greek god of healing. Zellajake farm and garden: "Seeds for all your planting needs since 2013". It is native to south america, but has naturalized worldwide in many tropical and subtropical areas. Blood flower is a tender evergreen perennial in the dogbane and milkweed family.
Showy flowers with five sepals and five lobes appear in rounded axillary clusters cymes in late spring to early summer. It has a much longer flowering period than the perennial milkweeds that are winter hardy in zone 7 and colder.
Free shipping || non gmo. Leaves are medium green sometimes with white midribs. Flowers are followed by long, narrow seed pods 3-4” long which split open when ripe releasing silky tailed seeds for dispersal by wind.
Additional common names for this plant include tropical milkweed, scarlet milkweed, swallow wort, Indian root and matal. Flowering continues throughout the summer to early autumn. Stems and leaves exude a milky sap when cut or bruised. Plants can be poisonous to livestock. Monarch butterflies lay eggs on this plant and the resulting larvae caterpillars use the plant leaves as a food source. It typically grows as a subshrub to 2-3’ tall on upright stems clad with pointed, opposite, lanceolate leaves to 6” long.
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