WILDFLOWERS, TREES, SHRUBS & SUCCULENTS
The quintessential spring wildflower of the southwest! These beautiful annuals bloom after winter rains and will reseed readily.
*Also found in our Pollinator Refuge Seed Mix!
Native to the southwest, this is a beautiful annual spring wildflower for the low desert that produces an edible seed. Plants grow to 2-3' tall and 18" wide. Sow seeds in the fall.
These precious lilies are collected from our private lands with great care. They are perennial, arising from a bulb and coming back year after year. Yellow to orange blooms have been observed. They bloom in the spring following winter rains. A seed packet includes 25-40 seeds.
This precious perennial wildflower blooms in the spring, arising from a small underground bulb. It is collected from our private lands with great care. Sow in the fall for a spring bloom, expect full results after 2-3 years, as these plants are slow to grow! A seed packet includes 25-40 seeds.
Goldsmoke, or "Scrambled Eggs", is a lovely annual wildflower found in the mid-elevations of the Sky Island region. It reseeds readily. A seed packet includes 100 seeds.
Asclepias speciosa or “showy milkweed” is a perennial plant that can grow up to 3ft tall and produces clusters of charismatic pink and white flowers between June-August. The native habitat for this milkweed species is in woodland and riparian areas between 5000-8000ft. The showy milkweed attracts many types of pollinators and is a larval host species for queen and monarch butterflies. Plant in full sun to partial shade.
This lovely annual white wildflower blooms in the spring, with winter rains, and can carpet the ground in lovely white blooms. Best showing in open, disturbed soils. Appropriate for low desert to mid-elevations, 1500-5000'. Sow in the fall for a spring bloom. A seed packet includes 100 seeds.
1 School Street
Patagonia, AZ 85624
P.O. Box 121
Patagonia, AZ 85624