Asclepia, also known as milkweed or butterfly weed. Asclepia is a remarkable flower that adds a unique touch to any bouquet or floral arrangement. It comes in a variety of colors, including shades of orange, yellow, and pink, attracting butterflies and other pollinators to its nectar-filled blooms. While Asclepia doesn't have a strong fragrance, its visual appeal and ability to support butterfly populations make it a favorite among gardeners. These stunning flowers are typically available during the summer and fall months, coinciding with the peak butterfly season can generally be sourced all year round. Asclepia is grown in various regions around the world, and its Latin name is Asclepias. Amusingly, the milky sap produced by Asclepia plants has been historically used as a traditional remedy for various ailments, earning it the name "milkweed."