If you’d like to start preparing for spring the easy way, plant your perennial milkweed seeds (and plants) in the fall. When sowing the seeds I place 3 seeds in each hole. If you do scatter them loosely by hand, come spring when the seeds start to germinate you may want to thin them out if they are extremely close together. Common Milkweed (Asclepias syriaca) produces purple/pink flower clusters that wildflower gardeners love. So plant your seeds in the late fall. See more ideas about milkweed, plants, milkweed pods. Thanks!