Rahul Sharma

Asclepias subverticillata

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Kingdom  Plantae
Family  Apocynaceae
Genus  Asclepias
Order  Gentianales
Subfamily  Asclepiadoideae
Rank  Species
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Similar  Asclepias asperula, Asclepias erosa, Asclepias nyctaginifolia, Asclepias verticillata, Asclepias albicans

Asclepias subverticillata, also known as whorled milkweed, is a plant found in the United States.

Uses

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Among the Zuni people the buds are eaten by little boys. The pods are also gathered when two-thirds ripe and the fibers are used for weaving clothing. The coma is made into cords and used for fastening plumes to the prayer sticks.

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References

Asclepias subverticillata Wikipedia


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