Asclepias sullivantii (Sullivant’s Milkweed) [ID#1928]




New for 2024, Sullivant’s Milkweed, also known as Prairie Milkweed, is very similar to Common Milkweed (Asclepias syriaca) at first glance. However, Sullivant’s Milkweed is less aggressive, has smooth succulent-like leaves, and the flowers are typically a more uniform pink. Listed as a threatened species in Michigan. A host plant for the Monarch butterfly, Queen butterfly, and the Milkweed Tussock Moth. Plant in full sun. Zone 4-7. Height 36 inches. Available in quart pots: order in # of flats (at 12 pots per flat).