Asclepias fascicularis

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Asclepias fascicularis
California Narrowleaf Milkweed

Mature Height: 2’-3’
Mature Width: 2’-3’

Asclepias fascicularis, also known as narrowleaf milkweed, is a native perennial herbaceous plant found in western North America, notably California. It is characterized by its slender, erect stems and narrow leaves. Narrowleaf milkweed serves as a vital host plant for monarch butterflies, providing food for their larvae. It produces clusters of small, pale pink to lavender flowers that bloom from late spring to summer, attracting various pollinators. Thriving in diverse habitats including grasslands and meadows, it prefers well-drained soils and full sun. Asclepias fascicularis is valued for its ecological significance in supporting pollinators and enhancing biodiversity, making it a prized addition to native plant landscapes and butterfly gardens.

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