Sticky purple geranium is a native perennial found in foothills, canyons, open woodlands, and montane environments of the western United States. Drought tolerant and needs little water after establishment. This wildflower is protocarnivorous, meaning that it can dissolve protein from insects trapped on its sticky leaf surface. This characteristic allows it to thrive in nutrient-poor soils. Does well in shady environments and blooms continuously May through August.
Scientific Name: Geranium viscosissimum
Each wildflower seed packet contains approximately 100 seeds.