34 Native American Seed • 325 446 3600 Huisache Daisy Amblyolepis setigera Blooming profusely for about two months in mid spring, this short annual is particularly good for home plantings or mass plantings in fields or roadsides. Huisache Daisy is becoming a favorite. Makes good nectar plant for butterflies. seeding rate Rangeland 8 lb per acre Lawn & Garden 1 lb /1000 sf annual bloom: Apr - Jun height 6 - 18" Item #3130 1 pkt $6 Soil Type Sunlight Soil Moisture Sand Loam Clay Caliche Full Partial Dappled Shade > > > X w Well Drained Item #3075 Soil Type Sunlight Soil Moisture Sand Loam Clay Caliche Full Partial Dappled Shade > > > X w b Medium Moist Illinois Bundleflower Desmanthus illinoensis A native legume that is often found on prairies, and abundantly in times of above-average rainfall. This plant is highly palatable to livestock and the seeds are an important food source for quail, turkey and other ground birds. Its delicate white blossoms give way to interesting seedheads in the late summer / early fall. perennial seeding rate bloom May - Sep Rangeland 15 lb per acre height 1 – 3 feet Lawn & Garden 1 lb / 2200 sf 1 lb $24 1/4 lb $9 1 oz $5 1 pkt $3 Item #3114 Soil Type Sunlight Soil Moisture Sand Loam Clay Caliche Full Partial Dappled Shade > > > X w b Medium-Moist Gulf Coast Penstemon Penstemon tenuis If you have gotten the notion that all our natives have to have well drained soil, and you're sitting on soggy black gumbo, here's the plant you've been looking for! It's a native of poorly drained soils in Gulf Coastal prairies and marshes in Texas and Louisiana. perennial seeding rate bloom Mar – May Pkt covers 20 sq ft height 12 – 18" D-Pak covers 200 sq ft D-Pak $29 1 pkt $6 200 sf 20 sf 20 sf 550 sf 135 sf 20 sf Item #1005 Indian Blanket Gaillardia pulchella This is a favorite of folklore stories. It grows widely across the region from the gulf coastal beaches northward through Oklahoma and beyond. It is easy to grow in mixtures of spring- time wildflowers. Indian Blanket is rarely eaten by deer and has a special relationship with fireflies. State flower of Oklahoma. Harvested locally, see video on FB seeding rate Rangeland 10 lb per acre Lawn & Garden 1 lb / 1400 sf annual bloom: May - July height 1 - 2' D-pak $15 1 pkt $3 Soil Type Sunlight Soil Moisture Sand Loam Clay Caliche Full Partial Dappled Shade > > > X w Well Drained 20 sf 150 sf 1 lb $24