Asclepias fascicularis

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USDA Hardiness zone: Zn5a -15º to -20ºF

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Native Oregonian butterfly weed that has a great wildflower demeanor and is just as attractive to pollinators as well as Lepidoptera. Full sun and well drained soil, though it accepts clay soil on slopes that are strictly unwatered in summer. To 22″ tall and making a clump in time. Mix with fine textured ornamental grasses, tall spikes perennials. Light summer water. Flower color is most often creamy white but ranges to light pink. Winter deciduous. Oregon native plant.

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