Buckwheat, Sulphur

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Eriogonum umbellatum

This stunning, drought-tolerant Idaho native is attractive in all four seasons.

Xeriscaping expert and SRSC grower Diane Jones counts sulphur buckwheat as the most essential plant for native landscapes. This easy-care evergreen grows to 12" x 24" and sports bright yellow flowers that fade to pretty copper. Silvery foliage; drought tolerant!

For more information about growing this plant, visit the USDA plant guide.

Seeds were sustainably wildcrafted in the Great Basin by Kyle and friends at Native-Seed Company, and grown by Draggin' Wing High Desert Nursery and the Idaho Botanical Garden in Boise, ID.

100 seeds.

Directions: Direct seed in fall for best results, or place in wet sand in refrigerator for 3 months before planting in spring.

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