Where Does Milkweed Grow?

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A milkweed is a type of plant. It often grows across the Eastern half of the continent. It does not grow in extreme cold nor extreme hot weather.
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Milkweed can grow indoors or outdoors. They grow better if they are started indoors, under artificial light. They should not be moved or started outdoors until the last frost has passed. You can find more information here: http://www.monarchwatch.org/milkweed/prop.htm
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Milkweed grows across the eastern half of the continent,except the deep south and the far north.It grows really well in Canada and west of the middle of the great plains.
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Common milkweed (Asclepias) is a large plant, often growing 6 feet or more in height, which is a crucial food source for the monarch butterfly (and others). It is most notable for
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Asclepias, the milkweed genus grows all over the states. Yes, there is plenty in Florida but there are also species that live as far north as southern Canada.
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