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California Poppy (Eschscholzia californica)

An annual to perennial that forms a tuft of basal, blue-green, finely divided leaves; flowers deep orange to pale yellow, blooms in 55 days. This is the state flower of California. Found across Washington to California; common in grassy and open places up to 6,500 feet. Very adaptable to full sun, dry to moist soils, prefers well-drained poor soils.

Chinese Forget-Me-Not (Cynoglossum amabile)

Chinese Forget-Me-Nots have light blue clusters of flowers that grow quickly and bloom heavily. Prefers full sun and moist, well-drained soils. Attracts bees and butterflies while blooming in the spring and summer.

 

 

Corn Poppy (Papaver rhoeas)

Synonyms: Flanders Poppy | Shirley Poppy
A slender annual that produces large blossoms of pink, red, or white, on slender stalks. This may be poisonous to livestock. Naturalized in the U.S. and found here in open or shaded sites in sandy or gravelly soils, roadsides, cultivated ground, waste places. Best in full to partial
sun, dry soils; good for borders or rock gardens.

Cosmos (Cosmos bipinnatus)

An annual with tall, airy plants that bear finely divided leaves and showy, 4-inch flowers in white, pink or purple. Blooms in late summer and early autumn. Sometimes escapes from garden, becoming established along roadsides and waste places. Best in full to partial sun, dry, sandy soils, avoid rich soils; excellent cutflower, good for backgrounds in
flower beds, fairly aggressive, self-sows easily, seeds attract birds.

Crimson Clover (Trifolium incarnatum)

Crimson clover, as a winter annual, is usually planted in the late summer to early fall. It can be utilized in pasture, hay, organic farming, pollinator enhancement, silage mixes, or used as a winter cover for soil protection or green manure crop for soil improvement.

 

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Honey Bee Wildflower Mix

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A specially formulated wildflower mix of annuals and perennials designed to attract honey bees and other bee species. This mix of wildflowers does great in Colorado and other western states.

Lacy Phacelia (Phacelia tanacetifolia)

Lacy phacelia is a native annual wildflower. The height varies from 1 to 3 feet. Lacy phacelia is drought tolerant and grows well given 7 to 18 inches of annual precipitation or irrigation. It prefers well drained sandy and gravelly soils and does not perform well under waterlogged conditions. The plant grows at a variety of elevations from sea level up to 8,000 feet. Lacy phacelia is listed in the top 20 pollen producing flowers for honeybees and is highly attractive to pollinator insects including bumblebees. Bloom season varies with location: April through June in the Mediterranean climate native range in California, in more temperate regions bloom time is extended.

Lance-Leaved Coreopsis (Coreopsis lanceolata)

Synonyms: Tickseed
A perennial with showy, bright yellow flowers are 2.5 inches wide; blooms in June through July. Found across Florida to Louisiana, north to Vermont, southern Ontario, Michigan, Illinois and Missouri; dry, sandy or gravelly soils, open prairies and roadsides. Best in full to partial sun, dry to moderately moist soils; fairly drought tolerant and tolerates a wide range of pH and the combination of heat and humidity.

New England Aster (Symphyotrichum novae-angliae)

A perennial that has leafy stems, leaves hairy; a robust, autumn- blooming aster with thick clusters of pink to dark purple flowers with yellow centers; blooms from mid-August to mid-October. Found across Canada; Vermont to Alabama, west to North Dakota, Wyoming and New Mexico on moist to mesic sandy areas, moist meadows, stream banks, roadsides, open woods and fields. Best in full sun, tolerates partial shade; moist to mesic soils.

Purple Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea)

A perennial, produces large, rose-purple flowers, up to 6 inches across, with dome-shaped centers. A bushy plant, blooming from late June through August. Distributed across Ohio to Iowa, south to Louisiana and Georgia; dry, open woods and rocky prairies. Best in full sun to light shade, tolerates various soil types but does best in moderately moist but well-drained soil which is rich in humus; tolerate combination of heat and humidity. A good cutflower, attracts butterflies, seeds attract birds.

Rocky Mountain Beeplant (Cleome serrulata)

Rocky Mountain Beeplant has showy bright pink flowers that attract many pollinators, including bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. Blooming from May to September, this native thrives in full sun and dry soil; drought tolerant.

Western Yarrow (Achillea millefolium)

Western Yarrow is a perennial with clusters of bright white, fragrant flowers at the top of erect stems growing from 1 to 3 feet tall. Blooming from July to September, this plant attracts bees and butterflies.