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    cyclopse looking for Asclepias Purpurascens seeds

    looking for Asclepias Purpurascens seeds

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    Beautiful plant. I've never seen it here, even though the map says it's here. Good luck!

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    aw man i wish you would have posted this just a couple months ago, it grows in huge fields mixed in with common milkweed but i don't think that there is a way to tell the difference between the two without the flowers

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    they have different shaped seed pods but you have to know the difference

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    ill look into it and maybe ill find myself in the woods some time. I'll let you know. how much are you looking for?

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    1 or 2 pods (or like 25 seeds)
    a swamp milk weeks would also be loved

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    There is an Asclepias incarnata pulchra that has almost ripe seeds here. I am keeping an eye on it as I think it is even nicer than the regular A incarnata. I have the latter in my garden that is almost ripe too.

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    I would love some Asclepias incarnata pulchra , they will probably do great here with a little watering in the summer
    pm me when there ready and I can send you postage
    thanks

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