b'WILDFLOWERSw ineCuPCallirhoe involucrataThe wine-colored blooms of this low-growing perennial make a beautiful addition to home gardens, providing spring and early summer color across the prairie states from Texas to North Dakota and as far west as Utah. Rosettes remain green in the winter. In the photo at left, a beneficial soldier beetle (cousin to the lightning bug) is at work.perennialseeding ratebloom FebJuneRangeland 5 lb per acreheight 612 inchesLawn & Garden 1 lb / 2,000 sfSoil TypeSunlightSoil MoistureSandLoamClayCalicheFullPartialDappledShadeItem #3052 XwbMedium-Moist 1 oz $381 pkt $3 125 sf20 sfw HiTer osinweed Silphium albiflorumGreat pollinator plant! Blooms in the hottest time of year when few other resources are available. This is one of the most surprising and interesting wildflowers of the prairie. Sometimes called Compass Plant, leaves align in a north-south direction, exposing their large, flat surfaces to as much sun as possible. Large, deep perennial taproot. Texas endemic.perennialseeding ratebloom MayJulyPkt covers 20 sq ftheight 1836" Soil TypeSunlightSoil MoistureSandLoamClayCalicheFullPartialDappledShadeXwDry-MediumItem #3089 Limited quantity. Help preserve, protect and propagate unique native species. 1 pkt $6 / 10 seeds y ellowP rairief lax Linum rigidumThis lovely, fragile looking flower is a native to the prairies and pastures throughout the state of Texas. They seldom grow over 8 inches tall unless they are wildly happy about the place they\'re given. The plant has very small, pointed leaves. The flowers grow in clusters on the terminal ends of the stems; one flower in each cluster opening at a time. annualseeding ratebloom Feb SeptPkt covers 20 sq ftheight 618"D-Pak covers 200 sq ftSoil TypeSunlightSoil MoistureSandLoamClayCalicheFullPartialDappledShadeXwDry-MediumItem #3084 D-Pak $291 pkt $6200 sf20 sfy ellowP uff Neptunia luteaAlso known as sensitive briar, this neat no thorns, low-growing plant crawls along the ground. It is a member of the legume family. Gently touch the leaves and they close. Eye-catching bright, yellow flowers in late spring to early summer. This native wildflower is not only good for wildlife but is also extremely drought tolerant. Small animals and birds use ripe seed pods as a food source. Hairstreak butterfly hatched from pupae found on plant perennial seeding ratebloom MayJunPkt covers 20 sq ftPhoto by Carol Clarkheight 618" Soil TypeSunlightSoil MoistureSandLoamClayCalicheFullPartialDappledShadeXDry-MediumItem #31871 pkt $620 sfOrder Onlinewww .seedsource .com81'