Previous scientific name(s): Layia platyglossa ssp. campestris, Layia platyglossa var. breviseta, Layia ziegleri
Drought tolerant; full sunlight. Attractive circular flowers have yellow petals with white tips. A widely adaptable annual species found blooming March to June on low elevation grassy areas or along foothills. Very well suited for use in mass plantings and wildflower mixes.Contact Our Experts
6 - 12 in.
AnnualNative or Introduced:
2 - 5 PLS lbs/Acre
14.60 lbs.Seeds per Pound:
Yellow & White
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