Orange Butterfly Weed (Asclepias Tuberosa)?

Answer Orange butterfly weed (Asclepias tuberosa) grows natively throughout North America, including most of the United States, southern areas of Canada and northern regions of Mexico. The plant belongs t... Read More »

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What is another name for asclepias tuberosa?

It is a plant, a species of milkweed. Asclepias tuberose is probably the best name for it, but it has many common names, such as Butterfly Milkweed, Canada Root, Chigger Flower, Flux Root, Indian P... Read More »

What butterflies are attracted to butterfly weed?

Tiger Swallowtails, Black Swallowtails, Red Admirals, Painted Ladies, Great Spangled Fertility, Cabbage, and Sulfur butterflies. Just to name a few.

Is butterfly weed an annual or perineal?

The butterfly weed is a perennial plant that creates bunches of bright orange flowers. The butterfly weed is found mainly in the United States and Canada, from South Ontario and New York to Minneso... Read More »

Is butterfly weed an annual or perennial?

Butterfly weed is a North American perennial and can be found along roadways and in rock gardens. These slow-growers take up to two years to establish from seeds. Butterfly weed attracts butterflie... Read More »