Buy Milkweed Seeds

You can buy Milkweed Seeds on the David's Garden Seeds® website. It seems that everyone wants to buy Milkweed Seeds to attract monarch butterflies and other butterflies.

The following Milkweed varieties attract the monarch butterfly:

  1.  Antelope Horn
  2.  Butterfly
  3.  Common
  4.  Showy
  5.  Swamp
  6.  Tropical

Buy Milkweed Seeds

Milkweed Butterfly Asclepias

Butterfly Milkweed just so happens to be a beautiful flower that has long suffered from an unfortunate name. Often known in old-fashioned circles as “Butterfly Weed”, it is also sometimes referred to by the more marketing-savvy as “Butterfly Flower”.

For best success with this perennial seed, we recommend Fall Planting.

For Spring Planting, seeds should be cold stratified prior to sowing.

Monarch Butterflies feed on this variety of Milkweed.

Milkweed Butterfly Asclepias 200 Open Pollinated Seeds

$3.95


Milkweed Carmine Asclepias

Attractive and fragrant perennial will draw butterflies (and bees, and birds!) to your garden like a magnet. Impossibly attractive to pollinators, it almost doesn’t matter that Carmine Milkweed offers lovely purple/pink blooms from summer through early fall.

Blooms in about 60 days

Milkweed Carmine Asclepias (Purple) 200 Open Pollinated Seeds

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Milkweed Common - Native American

For those of us who love the monarch butterfly, Common Milkweed is an easy to grow perennial species and is known to be one of the first plants to sprout in disturbed areas.

It is the most prevalent Milkweed species found east of I-35 and throughout the North Eastern United States. Located in the migration path of the Monarch butterfly, the common milkweed is the host plant for 90 percent of these beautiful creatures, producing large quantities of nectar and providing a food source for many other pollinators as well.

Monarch Butterflies feed on this variety of Milkweed.

Milkweed Common - Native American (Pink) 100 Open Pollinated Seeds

$3.95

Milkweed Green Antelope Horn

Green Antelope Horn is a native, perennial or herb with alternate, entire leaves. The leaf margins are often wavy. Flowers are white and in an umbel, mostly one per plant.

Upon close inspection, some rose or purple color is evident in the center of each individual flower (gynostegium). The milky substance that is exuded when a plant part is broken is very sticky, much resembling “Elmer’s glue.”

These milkweeds bloom from late spring to middle summer.

Monarch Butterflies feed on this variety of Milkweed.

Milkweed Green Antelope Horn - Texas Native (Green) 50 Open Pollinated Seeds

$3.95

Milkweed Showy - Native American

Used by many tribes for making everything from rope to cloth to medicine, this beautiful milkweed has a very interesting history.

Though once common, it was targeted for eradication because of it's perceived toxicity to livestock. This same toxicity is critical for the survival of monarch butterflies, it is now clear that the survival of both species are tied together. Found in high plains of Texas north to Canada and west to California.

Monarch Butterflies feed on this variety of Milkweed.

Milkweed Showy - Native American (Purpleish) 50 Open Pollinated Seeds

$3.95


Milkweed Swamp Rose - Texas Native

Also known as Pink Milkweed, Swamp Rose Milkweed likes to grow in swampy areas, wet thickets, and along the shoreline, and is ideal for gray water areas and ponds.

Despite its name, this will grow in drier habitats and is found growing throughout the United States. Its small, pink and sometimes white flowers can be seen usually during the months of August and September.

Monarch Butterflies feed on this variety of Milkweed.

Milkweed Swamp Rose - Texas Native (Pink) 50 Open Pollinated Seeds

$3.95

Milkweed Swamp White Asclepias

Swamp White Milkweed is a perennial plant that is native to North America. It blooms in early to mid-summer. It prefers damp soils in full sun to partial shade.

Monarch Butterflies feed on this variety of Milkweed.

Milkweed Swamp White Asclepias 200 Open Pollinated Seeds

$3.95


Milkweed Tropical Asclepias

Considered an annual, easily started from seed. The alluring, bright orange and yellow flower bouquet are concentrated in compact clusters at the top of branching stems.

This milkweed is an important nectar source for monarchs and a wide variety of other butterfly species, pollinators and hummingbirds. Prefers full sun to partial shade and is not extremely temperamental about soil types.

Blooms all season, transplants well, deer and rabbit resistant!

Suggested Use: Butterfly gardens, meadows, tall borders, disturbed areas.

Tropical Milkweed can be cut back and will re-grow from the plants base rather quickly.

Monarch Butterflies feed on this variety of Milkweed.

Milkweed Tropical Asclepias 200 Open Pollinated Seeds

$3.95


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