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  2. By Linda W. on Mar 17, 2012

    Are you sure that plant is Asclepias tuberosa? It just looks like Asclepias curassavica to me. I’ve seen nurseries selling plants that they label as Asclepias tuberosa but it’s clearly A. curassavica. I’m not a big expert, but have been a native plant person for many years. It’s just I’ve been raising A. curassavica for years.

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    Linda reply on March 18th, 2012 3:12 pm:

    Linda, thanks for catching that! Yes, things do get misnamed all the time at nurseries. I’ve changed it on the blog and will change it on the web site. Thank you!

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  3. By Linda W. on Mar 17, 2012

    Are you sure that plant is Asclepias tuberosa? It just looks like Asclepias curassavica to me. I’ve seen nurseries selling plants that they label as Asclepias tuberosa but it’s clearly A. curassavica. I’m not a big expert, but have been a native plant person for many years. It’s just I’ve been raising A. curassavica for years.

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