Arizona Milkweed Seed
A. angustifolia , or “Arizona milkweed,” grow up to 2 ft. tall in riparian woodlands, canyons, and mountains between 3,500-7,500 ft in elevation. Its clusters of white flowers can be seen in bloom between September-June. This is a host-plant for monarch and queen butterfly larvae.
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.