They are fairly drought tolerant and require full sunlight. Sanguisorba minor produce pink flowers that bloom in the summer. A perennial, sanguisorba minor adapted to many sites throughout the Intermountain Region with 12 inches or more of precipitation per year. They also serve as a valuable food source for wildlife in late winter and early spring.Contact Our Experts
8 - 24 in.
PerennialNative or Introduced:
15 - 25 PLS lbs/Acre
18.60 lbs.Seeds per Pound:
A hardy, evergreen perennial forb with a strong tap root. More drought tolerant than unimproved strains, surviving on sites with only 12 inches of annual precipitation. Delar is winterhardy as well. (Released 1981, source of ecotype: Spain)
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