A native species, Honeyvine Milkweed is a Monarch larvae host and it grows where deer can’t eat it. Everyone considers it a terrible pest except me. I was thrilled to discover that there is a milkweed that isn’t decimated by our otherwise wonderful white tail deer. Before the leaves cover everything, go outside and look for milkweed pods flying way up in the air like little kites stuck in your trees. It is also known as bluevine, climbing milkweed, dog’s-collar, Enslen’s vine, peavine, sandvine, smooth anglepod, or smooth swallow-wort. It can produce up to 50 seed pods!