Sulfur Flower Buckwheat (Eriogonum umbellatum)

Sulfur-yellow clustered flowers that attract butterflies. Blooms from June to September and is very drought tolerant; withstands full sun.



Native perennial with flower stems 3 to 16 inches tall topped by clusters of tiny sulfur-yellow flower heads. While the flowers are typically the sulfur-yellow, they may range from yellow to orange or reddish and attract butterflies. Sulfur Flower Buckwheat blooms from June to September. Tolerates sun, wind, drought and heat; makes a perfect plant for dry sunny slopes.



Additional information

Scientific Name

Eriogonum umbellatum

Common Names

Sulfur Flower Buckwheat, Sulfur Flower Wild Buckwheat, Sulfur Buckwheat, Sulfur Flower

Bloom Time

Summer to Fall


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