Plant ID forum→Could someone ID this plant please?

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Name: Jessica
Florida (Zone 9a)
JessicainBlue
Jun 16, 2021 5:19 PM CST
I found this plant growing in with another plant after I potted it. The plant I potted was located along a fence at the edge of my property adjacent to a road. I have exhausted my known resources in figuring out what it is. If it's helpful, I am in North Florida, in zone 8b/9a.

It was not there when I put the other plant in the pot, so it just popped up. And I gave them a pot of their own last week. Their long leaves seem rather thin. There are three in the pot. They wilted for several hours after being repotted but looked healthy the next day. The photo represents about a month's growth. They are between 6-10 inches tall now. If anyone needs further information concerning the plant I will do the best I can. I'm new to gardening.

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Name: Janine
NE Connecticut (Zone 6a)
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janinilulu
Jun 16, 2021 6:22 PM CST
I'll guess and say Asclepias curassavica/Tropical Milkweed.

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