46 Native American Seed • 325 446 3600 125 sf 20 sf Winecup, Annual Callirhoe leiocarpa We stumbled upon this beauty on a backroad not far from the farm. Growing along a wooded edge, we gathered a few seeds and planted them the day after 9-11. Easy to grow, serves as a great reminder that each of us has the right and responsibility to create a little spot of health on an ailing planet. annual bloom: Mar - Jun height 1 - 3' seeding rate Rangeland 4 lb per acre Lawn & Garden 1 lb / 2,000 sf 1 lb $29 1/4 lb $12 1 oz $9 1 pkt $3 Soil Type Sunlight Soil Moisture Sand Loam Clay Caliche Full Partial Dappled Shade > > > > X w b Medium-Moist Winecup Callirhoe involucrata The wine-colored blooms of this low-growing perennial make a beautiful addition to home gardens, providing spring and early summer color across the prairie states from Texas to North Dakota and as far west as Utah. Rosettes remain green in the winter. In the photo at left, a beneficial soldier beetle (cousin to the lightning bug) is at work. perennial seeding rate bloom Feb – June Rangeland 5 lb per acre height 6 – 12 inches Lawn & Garden 1 lb / 2,000 sf 1 oz $38 1 pkt $3 Soil Type Sunlight Soil Moisture Sand Loam Clay Caliche Full Partial Dappled Shade > > > > X w b Medium-Moist Item #3052 500 sf 125 sf 20 sf Item #1032 Item #3100 White Prickly Poppy Argemone albiflora If you want to attract dove, this is the native plant to do it! Birds love the seeds just as much as the common sunflower. This plant offers early-season food supply. Blooms are big, 4-5 inches across. Be aware of the stickery fibers that protect the plant. A prolific annual that spreads easily, this is our native poppy. annual bloom: Mar - July height 2 - 4' seeding rate Rangeland 10 lb per acre Lawn & Garden 1 lb / 1600 sf 1 oz $8 1 pkt $3 Soil Type Sunlight Soil Moisture Sand Loam Clay Caliche Full Partial Dappled Shade > > > > X w b Well Drained 100 sf 20 sf White Prairie Clover Dalea candida var. candida White Prairie Clover ranges from Canada to Mexico, and like its cousin Purple Prairie Clover is a legume that captures nitrogen from the air and stores it in nodules on the roots. Plant it with other legumes and short grasses on thin soils, or highly erodible land, to begin a healing process and rebuild soil fertility. perennial seeding rate bloom June – July Rangleand 3 lb per acre height 2 – 3 feet Lawn & Garden 1 lb / 1,600 sf 1/4 lb $19 1 oz $13 1 pkt $5 Soil Type Sunlight Soil Moisture Sand Loam Clay Caliche Full Partial Dappled Shade > > X Well Drained Item #1024 Photo by Robert Sloan Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center 400 sf 100 sf 20 sf