What is another word for mead's milkweed?

5 synonyms found


[ mˈiːdz mˈɪlkwiːd], [ mˈiːdz mˈɪlkwiːd], [ m_ˈiː_d_z m_ˈɪ_l_k_w_iː_d]

Mead's milkweed is a rare and endangered plant species native to North America. It is also known by various synonyms such as Asclepias Meadii, Mead's Butterfly-Weed, and Mead's Milk-Plant. The plant has a thick stem that grows up to 30cm, and it is topped with striking pinkish-purple flowers that bloom from June to August. The plant is also known for its milky sap, which is toxic to insects, but safe for birds and other animals that feed on its leaves. Despite being a critically endangered plant, Mead's milkweed plays an essential role in maintaining ecosystems and pollinating plant species.

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    Mead's milkweed is a species of flowering plant that is endemic to the southeastern United States. It is a shrub or small tree that grows to a height of 2-3 m. It has long, slender leaves and white flowers that bloom in late summer. The fruit is a narrow, smooth pod that can be purple or red.

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