Eriogonum fasciculatum. Shrubby plants grow up to 3’ tall and can spread as wide. Lovely just-pink globes of florets above deep green curvy-leaf foliage. Terrific food for pollinators. Not from our seed bank collection, but your purchase supports our conservation mission.
- Perennial shrub
- Dry rocky slopes from 1,000-4,500 ft.
- Flowers March-June.
- Native to California, Arizona, Nevada, and Utah
- aka: Eastern flat-top buckwheat, Mojave buckwheat, flattop buckwheat, yellow buckwheat, maderista, valeriana, gordo lobo.
- Photo credit (photo 2) By Stan Shebs, CC BY-SA 3.0,
- 1 gram, plants approximately 30 square feet