Wildflowers

Wildflowers make attractive compliments to other growing things, and can be important native species additions that are vital to good reclamation and land value.
Common Name Scientific Name Precipitation Planting Rate Sun/Shade Tolerance Bloom Color
Arrowleaf Balsamroot Balsamorhiza sagittata 12-25" annually 19 PLS lbs/acre 2 - Both Yellow
Aspen Daisy Erigeron speciosus 14" 0.25 lbs/1000 sq ft 2 - Both Purple
Bachelor Button Centaurea cyanus 14", drought tolerant when established 21-25 lbs/acre 1 - Very Sunny Blue
Blackeyed Susan Rudbeckia hirta 14", highly drought tolerant one-half lb/acre in mixes 1 - Very Sunny Yellow
Blanketflower Gaillardia aristata Drought Tolerant 0.5 to 1 pls lbs/acre in mixes 1 - Very Sunny Yellow
California Bluebell Phacelia campanularia 2.7" 1 ounce/1,000 sf or 3 lb/acre 1 - Very Sunny Blue
California Poppy Eschscholzia californica Drought Tolerant 3-4 lbs/acre broadcast for planting alone, or 8-24 seeds per square foot 1 - Very Sunny Orange
Common Sunflower Helianthus annuus Drought Tolerant 3-4 lbs/acre for planting alone 1 - Very Sunny Yellow
Coyote Tobacco Nicotiana attenuata Very drought tolerant Variable 1 - Very Sunny White
Desert Globemallow Sphaeralcea ambigua 7" - 12" 2 - 3 pls lbs/ac if drilled; 4 pls lbs/ac broadcast 1 - Very Sunny Orange
Dusty Penstemon Penstemon comarrhenus Drought Tolerant 2 PLS lbs/acre drilled 2 - Both Purple
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