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  1. Vigorous plants thrive in hot, dry weather. Can grow up to 72” tall, and produces showy bright orange flowers; You may find occasional plants with yellow or red flowers. Blooms midsummer to first hard freeze. Attracts beneficial insects. Though this plant is not native to the Southwestern U.S. we include it because of its cultural importance in the region.  Plant when the soil warms in the spring.
  2. Common Sunflower
  3. Southwest Native Wildflower Mix
  4. A perennial shrub native to the Sonoran Desert.  Blooms March through April and the nectar is a great source for honey bees.  The plants are 2-4 ft tall and are equally wide. The abundant flowers are apricot to orange.  Plant in fall to early spring.  Prefers soil with good drainage.  Elevation 0 - 5000ft
  5. An annual wildflower with blooms ranging from blue to purple in the spring.  It is the largest of the annual lupines, 1-2 ft tall increasing with good moisture and fertility.  A native to western California, Arizona and Baja California in areas below 2000 ft in elevation.  Prefers moist clay or heavy soils in full sun.
  6. Mexican Gold Poppy
  7. Desert Lupine
  8. Monsoon - Fall Mix for Desert Native Bees
  9. Mexican Hat (Red)
  10. White Evening Primrose
  11. Palmer's Penstemon/Wild Pink Snapdragon
  12. Spring Nurturing Mix for Desert Native Bees
  13. Mexican Evening Primrose
  14. Summertime Wildflower Mix
  15. Purple Coneflower