Previous scientific name(s): Baileya multiradiata var. thurberi
Drought tolerant perennial; full sunlight. Brilliant yellow flowers bloom intermittently from March to November along roadsides or on well-drained gravelly slopes. A common, well-known, attractive desert wildflower.
- Latin Name: Baileya multiradiata
- Zone: 4, 5, and 6
- Height: 1-2 lb PLS/acre, broadcast
- Sun/Shade Tolerance: 1 - Very Sunny
- Min. Precipitation: Ex. 7-10" annually
- Seeds Per Pound: 1,060,000
- Native/Introduced: Native
- Annual/Perrenial: Perennial
- Blossom Color: Yellow
- Bloom Period: Summer
- Planting Rate: 1-2 lb PLS/acre, broadcast
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