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Native to US:
Seeding Rate: 5 lbs. / Acre
Scientific Name: Phacelia imbricata
Imbricate phacelia is a perennial herb that is native to the mountains, valleys, and coastlines of California and Baja California. It has branching stems with hairy leaves and densely packed and coiled clusters of white flowers. The individual flowers are tubular and have five petal-like lobes that are often found in grasslands, open woodlands, and on slopes. Imbricate phacelias play a vital role in soil stabilization and ecological restoration. Its flowers bloom from February through April, attracting pollinators such as butterflies, bees, hummingbirds, and caterpillars, providing an important food source for birds and other wildlife.
Host Plant: white-lined sphinx, bilobed lopper moth, geranium plume moth, orange tortrix moth, Oso Flaco flightless moth, and many butterfly caterpillars
Each wildflower seed packet contains approximately 100 seeds.
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