38 Native American Seed • 800 728 4043 Soil Type Sunlight Soil Moisture Sand Loam Clay Caliche Full Partial Dappled Shade > > > X w Medium-Moist Maximilian Sunflower Helianthus maximiliani Easy to grow and very grand, Maximilian Sunflower is a beautiful plant even before it blooms, forming a circular-shaped colony that needs lots of space to express itself. It likes moist soils, and provides food in the form of seed for birds and small mammals. A good larval plant and important nectar source for butterflies and bees. perennial seeding rate bloom Aug – Oct Rangeland 4 lb per acre height 4 – 6 feet Lawn & Garden 1 lb / 1200 sf 1 lb $37 1/4 lb $15 1 oz $7 1 pkt $3 Item #1018 Item #3096 Soil Type Sunlight Soil Moisture Sand Loam Clay Caliche Full Partial Dappled Shade > > > > X Dry-Medium Limestone Gaura Gaura calcicola The Latin name calcicola means dwelling in lime, which properly describes this colorful flower. It is very tolerant of poor soils and harsh growing conditions. Also sometimes called Texas Beeblossom. perennial seeding rate bloom May – Jun Pkt covers 20 sq ft height 1 – 2' D-Pak covers 200 sq ft D-Pak $29 1 pkt $6 200 sf 20 sf 300 sf 75 sf 20 sf Mexican Hat Ratibida columnifera Prolific and widespread throughout the prairie regions, Mexican Hat is a good nectar plant for butterflies - and deer, goats, sheep and cattle absolutely refuse to eat it! Hence its reputation as a “weed” not particularly welcomed by ranchers. Very easy to grow, from Minnesota and Montana down to Louisiana and across to Mexico. perennial seeding rate bloom Apr – July Rangeland 2 lb per acre height 1 – 3 feet Lawn & Garden 1 lb / 5000 sf 1 lb $39 1/4 lb $15 1 oz $9 1 pkt $3 Soil Type Sunlight Soil Moisture Sand Loam Clay Caliche Full Partial Dappled Shade > > > > X w Well Drained Item #1004 1250 sf 300 sf 20 sf Soil Type Sunlight Soil Moisture Sand Loam Clay Caliche Full Partial Dappled Shade > > X w Well Drained Missouri Primrose Oenothera missouriensis Among the most hardy and drought-tolerant of the perennials, the Missouri Primrose puts forth big, showy blooms in the spring and early summer. Found from central Texas to Okla- homa, Arkansas, Kansas and Nebraska, in well drained sandy or caliche soils. An attractive addition to rocky slopes, and the seed pods are beautiful when dried. Perennial Seeding rate Bloom Apr–June Rangeland 5 lb per acre Height 3–12 inches Lawn & Garden 1 lb / 2000 sf 1 pkt $3 Item #3112 20 sf