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Apocynum cannabinum (Indian Hemp, Dogbane)

Northeast Pollinator Plants

Apocynum cannabinum (Indian Hemp, Dogbane)

$ 5.49
  • We ship only to the New England and New York states. If you live near Fairfax, VT, consider buying at our farm, River Berry Farm.

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Common Name:  Indian Hemp, Dogbane

Attracts:  Bees, Butterflies

Use:  Naturalizing

Light:  Full Sun to Part Sun

Hardiness Zone:  4 to 9   USDA Zone Map

Soils:  Dry to Medium

Flower Time:  July - August

Flower Color:  White

Height:  2' - 4'

Notes:  Apocynum cannabinum, Indian Hemp or Dogbane, is a member of the milkweed family that is toxic to humans and dogs, but tastes badly, so rarely sampled by either.  If you have a dog that eats everything, steer clear.  Meanwhile, it is a rather attractive plant that is great for attracting butterflies and nice in the naturalized garden.

Host plant of VT Bee Species of Greatest Conservation Need (SGCN):
Hylaeus nelumbonis (Nelumbo Masked bee)
Macropis nuda (Dark-Legged Yellow Loosestrife bee)
Megachile rugifrons (iRugose-Fronted Resin bee)
Stelis labiata (Labiate Dark bee)

Native to all of the US:  Biota of North America Program (BONAP) – North American Plant Atlas (NAPA).

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