(Asclepias linaria) A native to the Southwest, named due to its narrow pine needle like leaves. In addition to butterflies, a variety of other pollinators also feed on the nectar. A friend, Michael, sent me a photo of his honeybees working the creamy-white flowers and so I had to add this to our pollinator gardens. If you are planting for monarchs, this is not a great milkweed for them.
Perenial Blooms Spring thru Fall Full to partial sun Low water