Milkweeds typically characterize the grasslands biome – also known as plains, prairies, or steppes, yet they may also be found in gardens or smaller fields.
The milkweed can grow up to 6 feet tall, with large leaves and bunches of pink flowers. Its pods contain numerous tiny seeds attached to fluff, which helps it spread to new regions and easily reproduce. The milky-white sap that seeps from this plant is poisonous, yet some insects, like the Monarch butterfly and Red Milkweed beetle, thrive off the milkweed plant’s nutrients and can tolerate the toxins.
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