Eriogonum crocatum 1g

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A rare species of wild buckwheat native to the Conejo Valley region of Ventura County. Fuzzy, silver foliage (and stems) make it a great accent plant and bring a soft texture to the garden. Forms a compact mound 2 to 3 feet tall and wide. Blooms late spring through late summer with wide umbels of striking chartreuse-yellow flowers that age to a rust color. Perfect for native and xeric gardens where, due to its lack of a dormancy period, it can look good year-round. Will grow in hot, dry spots with lean, rocky soil. Plant in full sun to part sun inland in sharply-draining soil. Needs little to no supplemental watering, even inland. Prune back leggy flower stalks every couple of years to maintain compact habit.
Common Name:
Conejo Buckwheat
Mature Height:
12-18"
Mature Spread:
12-18"
Exposure:
Sun/Part Sun
Growth:
Evergreen
Flower Color:
BrightYellow