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Growing Instructions for Desert Colors Wildflower MixGrowing Instructions for Desert Colors Wildflower Mix<div class="ExternalClassEBDBD354D8E94D42A8B930A48D3A7F24"><h4>​In this mix are non-Sonoran old-time garden regulars that are non-invasive.</h4><h4><br>Seeds may be planted any time of year, as different species in the mix may germinate in any season<br></h4><div><h4>in the event of a substantial rainfall. Most of these species’ bloom from late Winter through Spring, so that plantings from late September through February will provide the best results.</h4><br></div><h2>Natives<br></h2><h4>Bahia, Desert Bluebells, Desert Marigold, Desert Senna, Dyssodia, Mexican Gold Poppy, Fendler ​Bl<span style="font-size:1em;">adderpod, Gordon’s Bladderpod, Desert Lupine, Parry’s Penstemon, Prairie Coneflower, Pygmy Aster, Silverbells, Thimblehead, Paperflower, Colored Globemallow, Indian Blanketflower, Wild Sunflower.</span></h4><h4><br></h4><h2>Exotics<br></h2><h4>California Poppy, Scarlet Flax, Coreopsis, Cosmos, Shirley Poppy, Arroyo Lupine, Five-spot, Baby Snapdragons, Lemon Beebalm, Showy Evening Primrose.​</h4><p><br></p></div>

















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