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Image of Asclepias curassavica (SILKY SERIES) photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Bloodflower)

Butterflies can’t resist this evergreen perennial. The Silky Series of Indian butterfly weed are vigorous growers with brightly colored flower clusters in red, yellow and gold that are slightly larger than average. The stems are sturdy, plants compact and flowers excellent for cutting.

Also known as blood flower, this butterfly weed is native to Mexico and South America and has naturalized throughout subtropical and tropical regions worldwide. Hummingbirds and bees are also regular visitors...

Image of Asclepias incarnata photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Swamp Milkweed)

Swamp milkweed is native to pond edges and stream banks of the eastern and Midwestern United States. Though this perennial is a wetland plant, it is very adaptable and at home in sunny gardens.

Delightful, lightly fragrant, purplish-pink flowers are produce summer through fall. They are born atop upright stems that hold narrow, lance-shaped leaves opposite of each other. The flowers are borne in flat clusters; each flower is complex and topped with a “crown.” The blooms are very attractive...

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Jessie Keith

(Ice Ballet Milkweed, Swamp Milkweed)

Swamp milkweed is native to pond edges and stream banks of the eastern and Midwestern United States. The cultivar ‘Ice Ballet’ bears clear white flowers. Though this perennial is a wetland plant, it is very adaptable and at home in sunny gardens.

Delightful, lightly fragrant flowers are produce summer through fall. They are born atop upright stems that hold narrow, lance-shaped leaves opposite of each other. The flowers are borne in flat clusters; each flower is complex and topped with a “crown.”...

Image of Asclepias tuberosa photo by: Ernst Benary® Inc.

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Butterfly Milkweed, Butterfly Weed)

The colorful perennial wildflower butterfly weed is native to much of the United States and southern Canada. It is adapted to open meadows and old fields and offers bright color to sunny summer gardens.

From early to midsummer butterfly weed produces very showy clusters of bright orange, orange-red or yellow flowers that appear atop stems lined with green strap-like leaves. The individual flowers are complex and crown-shaped, and the stems emit a white milky latex if broken. Plants will rebloom...

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Bosh Bruening

(Astilbe, False Spirea, Jump and Jive False Spirea)

Hybrid astilbes are feathery-flowered herbaceous perennials deriving from crosses involving Astilbe thunbergii, Astilbe chinensis, and others. 'Jump and Jive' produces fuzzy plumes of magenta-pink flowers on slender stems in late spring and early summer over clumps of rich green, ferny leaves. It prefers partial shade and fertile, well-drained soil, but will tolerate full sun if moisture is constant. Plant with hostas, lungwort, bleeding heart, and other shade-loving perennials.

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James H. Schutte

(Astilbe, False Spirea, Rhythm and Blues False Spirea)

Hybrid astilbes are feathery-flowered herbaceous perennials deriving from crosses involving Astilbe thunbergii, A. chinensis and others. The cultivar 'Rhythm and Blues' produces fuzzy plumes of raspberry-pink flowers on slender stems in late spring and early summer over clumps of dark, ferny leaves.

This perennial prefers partial shade and fertile, well-drained soil, but will tolerate full sun if moisture is constant. Plant with hostas, lungwort, bleeding heart, and other shade-loving...

(Astilbe, Sister Theresa Astilbe)

One of many hybrids resulting from crosses among Astilbe thunbergii, Astilbe chinensis, and other Asian astilbes, 'Sister Theresa' is a clump-forming perennial grown for its frothy pink pyramidal flower clusters. The early summer flowers rise on slender stems from ferny mid green foliage.

Grow this astilbe in fertile, moist, slightly acid, humus-rich soil in partial sun to full shade. It will take full sun, but only in cool climates and with constant moisture. Plant it either...

(Japanese Astilbe, Japanese False Spirea, Vesuvius False Spirea)

One of many early-blooming hybrids of the East Asian species Astilbe japonica, 'Vesuvius' is a clump-forming perennial grown for its large, feathery, deep-pink flower clusters in late spring and early summer. They arise on slender stems above ferny clumps of lustrous rich green foliage.

Astilbes in the Japonica Group prefer partial shade and moist, fertile, well-drained soil, but can tolerate drier and sunnier locations. This low-maintenance perennial looks best when planted in groups...

(Japanese Astilbe, Japanese False Spirea, W.E. Gladstone Japanese Astilbe)

One of many striking hybrids of the East Asian native Astilbe japonica, 'W.E. Gladstone' is a clump-forming perennial grown for its large, feathery, creamy white flower clusters in late spring and early summer. They arise on slender stems above ferny clumps of lustrous rich green foliage.

Astilbes in the Japonica Group prefer partial shade and moist, fertile, well-drained soil, but can tolerate drier and sunnier locations. This low-maintenance perennial looks best when planted in groups...

(Astibe, False Spirea, Washington False Spirea)

One of many early-blooming hybrids of the East Asian species Astilbe japonica, 'Washington' is a clump-forming perennial grown for its large, feathery, creamy-white flower clusters in early summer. They arise on slender stems above ferny clumps of lustrous rich green foliage.

Astilbes in the Japonica Group prefer partial shade and moist, fertile, well-drained soil, but can tolerate drier and sunnier locations. This low-maintenance perennial looks best when planted in groups or mixed...