Asclepias incarnata

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Synonyms for Asclepias incarnata

densely branching perennial of the eastern United States with white to crimson or purple flowers

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(common virgin's-bower), Nasturtium palustre (marsh cress), Ranunculus recurvatus (hooked crowfoot), Asclepias incarnata (swamp milkweed), Aster Tradescanti (Tradescant's aster), Aster miser, also longifolius, Eupatorium purpureum apparently, lake shores (Joe-Pye-weed), Apocynum Cannabinum East Branch (Indian hemp), Polygonum cilinode (bindweed), and others.
Most of the native plant diversity occurred in the undisturbed border of the field and included Amaranthus tuberculatus, Asclepias incarnata, A.
Then we sowed the following native species into the plots (~seeds/[m.sup.2]) according to recommended seeding rates for restoration: Andropogon gerardii (60), Asclepias incarnata (15), Aster novae-angliae (35), Calamagrostis canadensis (56), Carex vulpinoidea (42), Elymus virginicus (71), Helenium autumnale (33), Panicum virgatum (41), Senna hebecarpa (7), Scirpus atrovirens (49), Scirpus cyperinus (109) and Verbena hastata (33).
Asclepias hirtella (Pennell) Woodson: P40122 Asclepias incarnata L.: P39764 Asclepias sullivantii Engelm.: P40317
SC/NM 1 N P W Su ASCLEPIADACEAE Asclepias incarnata L.
Several taxa within the preserve were only found in the wet-mesic sand prairie community, and infrequently to occasionally encountered species occurring here included: Acalypha gracilens Gray (slender three-leaved mercury), Asclepias incarnata L.
Common forbs included, Asclepias incarnata (swamp milkweed), Epilobium coloratum (purple leaved willow herb), Eupatorium perfoliatum (bonset), E.
Asclepias incarnata L.: Swamp milkweed; native; marshy area; July; *F42.
Asclepias incarnata L.: Swamp milkweed; August; field; infrequent; in poorly-drained area of field; USIH 988.
Less frequent spring and summer herbaceous species are Asclepias incarnata, A.