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Native to US:
Scientific Name: Eriophyllum lanatum
Woolly sunflower, also known as Oregon sunshine, is a perennial herb native to North America, particularly California, Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia. It grows in open, sunny grasslands, meadows, dry slopes, and rocky bluffs. Woolly sunflower has a woody base, with multiple bushy stems, leaves that are gray-green, and densely covered with soft woolly hairs. The flowers are daisy-like with vibrant yellow florets. Woolly sunflower is well-adapted to dry and arid conditions, can tolerate a wide range of soils, and is often used as erosion control in drought-prone areas. Its flowers bloom from April through September, attracting pollinators such as butterflies and bees, and contributing to local ecosystems.
Host Plant: white-lined sphinx, geranium plume moth, orange tortrix moth, lupine ghost moth, and many butterfly caterpillars
Each wildflower seed packet contains approximately 100 seeds.
Produced by Hedgerow Farms