Antelope Horns Milkweed Seed
A. asperula, or “antelopehorn milkweed,” grows up to 2.5 ft. tall and has broader leaves and larger umbel inflorescences than the Asclepias angustifolia. It blooms between April–September. This milkweed prefers dry plains, oak woodlands, and pine forests at elevations between elevations of 2,500–8,500 ft. This is a host-plant for monarch and queen butterfly larvae. Plant in partial to full sun, wet to dry conditions.
This seed was ethically wild harvested or farmed in Southern Arizona. Seeds may have substandard germination rates due to natural seed dormancy.
Seed packets contain 15-20 seeds.