Drought tolerant perennial; full sun or partial shade. Pink-purple pea-type flowers bloom May to August on grassy slopes, rocky hillsides, canyons or mountain shrub lands. Grows on sandy or clay textured soils, but best performance is on well-drained loamy sites. Forage palatable to big game and livestock.Contact Our Experts
10 - 24 in.
PerennialNative or Introduced:
Low - Moderate
15 - 25 PLS lbs/Acre
17.90 lbs.Seeds per Pound:
Selected for high seedling vigor, site adaptability, persistence, seed production, enhanced nitrogen fixing ability, and ease of establishment. Competes well against weedy broadleaf species. Used for range renovation, native reclamation and roadside stabilization. Provides excellent habitat attributes for sage grouse.(Released 1994, source of ecotype: Utah County, UT)
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