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These pinewoods milkweed flowers were photographed in Tiger Bay State Forest. This species is also called sandhill milkweed, purple milkweed, pink-veined milkweed and creeping milkweed.

Asclepias humistrata - PINEWOODS MILKWEED

A frequent wildflower of sandhills and scrub throughout most of the panhandle plus the north and central peninsula. The range includes the southeastern coastal states from Louisiana into North Carolina. Asclepias humistrata has smooth stems to 1m (~3 ft.) long which may be prostrate or erect. The dull-green leaves are opposite, sessile and clasping with prominent veins. The five-lobed flowers are typically pink to lavender and are in terminal clusters.

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