|Scientific Name||Asclepias incarnata|
|Principal Common Name||SWAMP MILKWEED|
|Description||Swamp milkweed, Asclepias incarnata is a resilient, adaptable native plant for perennial gardens, butterfly gardens and rain gardens. This milkweed prefers medium to wet soils. It grows from 3-4 feet tall in part to full sun. The beautiful pink flower clusters appear in June to July and continue until early fall. Swamp milkweed is a valuable larval plant host for the Monarch butterfly.|
|Nativity||Native to U.S.|
|Height Range||0 - 5 FT|
|Spread Range||0 - 0|
|USDA Zones||3a : 3b : 4a : 4b : 5a : 5b : 6a : 6b : 7a : 7b : 8a : 8b : 9a : 9b|
|Flower Color||Pinkish Purple|
|Flower Time||July : Aug : Sept : Oct : Nov : Fall|
|Ease of Growing||Average|
|Outstanding Features||Fire Resistant|
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