Texas Milkweed Photos Asclepias oenotheroides Hierba de Zizotes pg 2
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The top side of the "fuzzy" leaves of the
Asclepias oenotheroides are a dull, dark matte
green. The leaves usually have wavy edges and
are a lighter green underneath.
In the flower, the hoods and horns reach upward
while the petals droop downward. The petals are
a light green with the hoods and horns appearing
light green to white to a pale yellow. The flowers
are located at the intersections of branches and
not at the ends of stems as with the A. viridis
and A. asperula.
Photos and website by Harlen E. and Altus Aschen Copyright (c) 2000
May be reproduced and used for educational purposes. Data: Monarch Watch Milkweed Guide