We get the three different types of Milkweed that are native to Massachusetts for variety, and according to availability:
Incarnata is the classic, pretty pink Milkweed – hardy, not aggressive (spreads by seeds, not roots), and Monarchs love it.
Syriaca is a little more aggressive in the garden than the Incarnata, which makes them easier to grow and more likely to take over. They are very nectar-rich, which means they will attract a lot of pollinators in addition to Monarch butterflies.
Tuberosa is bright orange – the color attracts a lot of pollinators in addition to Monarch butterflies.
The available plants are listed below, so check them out and order as many as you’d like. You can buy at our cost price of $3.50 – and thank you. The plant is a small “plug” a cut-down plant with strong roots that is not much to look at when it starts out, but will grow quickly. We will email you to let you know how to pick up your plugs from a Wellesley address.
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*OUT OF STOCK* for all the right reasons – our plugs were stipped by Monarch caterpillars (who are all doing great!). Check back later for when we get more.