Swamp milkweed seed. Asclepias incarnata (pink flowered)

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  • #34034

    milkweed
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    I have quite a lot of seed free to good homes. Email me at milkweedman_00@yahoo.com and we can swap address details.
    Also have Tweedia seed and Echinacea purpurea seeds free to good homes too!

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  • #34355

    milkweed
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    Seed packs sent out today to David, Jacqui and Anne.
    Note that the A.syriaca and A.tuberosa seeds require stratification (chilling) for 6 to 8 weeks prior to sowing and germination.

    #34271

    Charlotte
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    Milkweed I’ve tried a couple of times to email you. I’m not sure if they are getting through 🙁

    Can you let me know please 😉

     

    Thanks

    Charlotte

    #34269

    milkweed
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    I think i emailed everyone who sent me an email with my instructions but if anyone missed out flick me another email to milkweedman_00@yahoo.com and I’ll do the business!.
    1 envelope dispatched to Masterton so far!

    #34233

    BlueSkyBee
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    Thankyou! I’ll check those out.

    #34225

    milkweed
    Participant

    Over the years I’ve used these online milkweed seed sources with great success:

    butterflyencounters.com
    richters.com
    georgiavines.com
    everwilde.com

    #34221

    BlueSkyBee
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    Milkweed, I’ll be sending you an envelope on Wednesday, would love some Liatris of both colours if possible, as well as the others I emailed you about 🙂

    Also, I was reading an old post of yours about the different milkweeds you have grown over the years, an impressive list! Where do you source all the seed for the unusual varieties from?

    #34216

    milkweed
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    Update: I also have zillions of seeds of: Liatris spicata (blazing star or gayfeather) both purple and white flowered varieties.

    #34124

    milkweed
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    Forgot to also say that I’ve got a few seed pods of A.tuberosa to give away this year too. let me know if you want a few of these too!

    #34071

    Charlotte
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    Sounds good milkweed 🙂

    #34040

    Jacqui
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    Awesome, Milkweed thanks. Great offer! I loved my A. incarnata this past summer, it just kept coming back. It looks dead now… but I suspect it will come back in the spring. I will be vigilant!

    Jacqui

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