|Asclepias variegata||Milkweed Family||Ascelepiadaceae|
|May - July||Common|
Description: 2 to 3 feet tall. This species is identified by combination of white flowers and broadly ovate leaves. Flowers have a structure of 5 turned back petals supporting a crown with 5 incurved horns.
(see Milkweed Family for further description)
Location: Fields, Roadsides
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