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Eriogonum crocatum

Eriogonum crocatum
Eriogonum crocatum
We have tried many buckwheats at our nursery and have had the best success in a rockery or gravel bed. That is where we grow Eriogonum crocatum which is said to grow in crags and rock formations in clay soil. It is endemic to Ventura County, CA, and we did not expect it to survive our wet and cold winters but it has surprised us. An ideal candidate for adding to moss animal topiaries. Although it has not reached the size it might in a warmer, sunnier climate, its woolly, silvery white foliage looks dramatic year round, but especially in contrast to our gray winter skies. Like those of many of the buckwheats, its yellow flowers are attractive to bees and buterflies. They appear in flattened clusters about 2 or so inches wide and dry to an attractive shade of red brown. Seasonality is Late spring to early summer. Measurements are around 1.5 feet x 2 to 3 feet Colors are Yellow flowers Hardiness Zones: 8, 9, 10
Price: $13.00
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