Big swathes of color,
nectar for beneficial insects, and low-water use for the West
Plant in fall to sprout with the winter rains. Bloom will come next spring.
wildflowers adapted to live west of a line running from the Minnesota/Dakotas border to East Texas.
GROWING INSTRUCTIONS :
Plant in fall or late winter to take advantage of rainfall. May plant in summer if watered regularly. Remove all grass and weeds from soil. Best results in areas that have had lots of weeds will be attained if the seed is scattered on weed-free but undisturbed ground, and then covered with a light layer of sand, soil, or potting mix. Or loosen soil to 3" and rake seed in lightly. Planted areas must be kept moist for 4-6 weeks or until well established.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION : Bee Friendly