42 Native American Seed • 325 446 3600 Scarlet Sage Salvia coccinea Hardy and versatile, this tough plant can thrive in a wide variety of conditions. It can be evergreen in southern regions in the winter, and is quite happy to grow in dappled sunlight under the trees. We have it around our guest cabin at the farm, where it attracts hummingbirds throughout the summer. It’s deer resistant, too. perennial seeding rate bloom May – Oct Rangeland 8 lb per acre height 6 – 30 inches Lawn & Garden 1 lb / 1,200 sf 1 lb $51 1/4 lb $18 1 oz $7 1 pkt $3 Soil Type Sunlight Soil Moisture Sand Loam Clay Caliche Full Partial Dappled Shade > > > > X w b ● Medium-Moist Item #3073 300 sf 75 sf 20 sf Rock Rose Pavonia lasiopetala Small shrub grows in thin, rocky soils are very showy when in bloom. Native to the Edwards Plateau and south, these pink flowers are very drought tolerant once established. perennial seeding rate bloom Apr – Nov Pkt covers 20 sq ft height 3 – 6' 1 pkt $6 Item #3170 Soil Type Sunlight Soil Moisture Sand Loam Clay Caliche Full Partial Dappled Shade > > > > X w b Dry-Medium 20 sf Scrambled Eggs Corydalis curvisiliqua Flowers in early spring with a 6-8 week bloom time. This plant is found in open fields or along roadsides. These seeds are a favorite food source for dove in late spring. Easy to grow. Sow seed in fall. Item #1009 seeding rate Rangeland 2 lb per acre Lawn & Garden 1 lb / 2,000 sf annual bloom: Feb - Apr height 8 - 10" 1 pkt $6 Soil Type Sunlight Soil Moisture Sand Loam Clay Caliche Full Partial Dappled Shade > > > X Medium 20 sf Economic Survival Plan Needed “Texas loses land to fragmentation at the fastest pace in the nation. Texas ranks 50th in providing open space to its citizens. Seems if we are ever going to get serious about saving open space on private lands, we need cities to be the most pleasurable and vibrant places to live. I am 63 this year, and my grandson Fisher was born. He will be my age in the year 2080. We better get crackin’on some of these bigger issues.” Bill N. Aug, 2017