<i>Asclepias linaria</i><br>Pineleaf milkweed
<i>Asclepias linaria</i><br>Pineleaf milkweed

Asclepias linaria
Pineleaf milkweed

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Butterfly FriendlyFull SunDeer ResistantPart Shade
DESCRIPTION
Pineleaf milkweed
Asclepias linaria

Pineneedle milkweed has interesting, pine-like foliage and unusual flower clusters that attract butterflies and other insects. Bright, white flower clusters emerge in springtime and bloom through fall. It’s extremely drought tolerant and will even tolerate reflected heat. Plant with penstemon for a pop of color. 

BENEFITS
  • Host plant for Monarch and Queen butterflies
  • Nectar source for butterflies and other beneficial insects
  • Attractive narrow, pine-like foliage
  • Drought tolerant once established
  • Deer and rabbit resistant
NATIVE INFO

Native Range

Dry rocky slopes and mesas.

Interesting Facts

 

Milkweeds are well known as food plants for Monarch butterfly larvae. They absorb the milkweed poisons without being harmed thus making larvae and adult butterfly unpalatable to predators. 

 

GROWING TIPS

 

Prune early in the season if needed. 

 

Mature Size: 2-3 ft. Tall x 2-3 ft. Wide

Hardiness Zone: 8-10

Sun Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade

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