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Blooms July - September 4 pots are first year plants and available in spring only.
- » Beautiful rose colored blooms
- » Full-part sun
- » Food source for Monarch butterflies
- » Great for naturalizing
These brightly colored flowers are a great plant for low spots and other moist areas in the landscape. Less aggressive than common milk weed. If you look after the flowers are finished, you could still find the Monarch Butterfly larva munching on the leaves almost to fall. Larval host to Monarch butterfly and 12 other butterflies and moths.