Asclepias fascicularis

  • Asclepias fascicularis  narrowleaf milkweed
  • Asclepias fascicularis  narrowleaf milkweed
  • Asclepias fascicularis  narrowleaf milkweed
  • Asclepias fascicularis  narrowleaf milkweed
narrowleaf milkweed

Our most common native milkweed is found in meadows and on the banks above ponds. Its flowers are held in umbels of a pale mauve color. They form at the top of 1 - 3 ft. tall slender stems that die back in winter to a perennial rootstock. Its wandering roots form small colonies. Drought tolerant, it prefers seasonally moist soils and likes moderate water in the garden. The narrow leaves are the preferred larval food for the Monarch Butterfly. Full sun to part shade. Unlikely to be bothered by deer.

Call to confirm current supply. Availability as of August 8, 2019:

Sorry; this plant is out of stock at present.