Asclepias fascicularis

Wildflowers Dicots Eudicots Asterids Gentianales Apocynaceae Asclepias

Narrow-leaved milkweed.

This species is occasional in Santa Barbara. I’ve seen it blooming between June and September but any individual plant seems to last for a much shorter period. I will find one cluster of plants which will bloom for a few weeks and stop and then later I’ll find another small cluster. As far as I can tell plants grow in different places in different years.


One Response to “Asclepias fascicularis”

  1. Bradford Grimm Says:

    Very nice photos of the Asclepias fascicularis it helped me today to identify this species in my area (Truckee river by Reno) at Mayberry Park. I grabbed a few seed pods to plant at my home.

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