(Asclepias syr.): (10 plugs, 2”square x 5” deep. Space 1’.) 2-4’ stout unbranched stems, thick oblong leaves, milky sap when cut. Showy large domes of mauve June-Aug. flowers. 2-5” fall seedpods, brown seeds with long white silky tails. Moist to dry soils. Site where some spreading is ok. Meadows, naturalized areas. Superb for Bees, Butterflies (vital for Monarchs). CT Native.