|Botanical name||Eriogonum fasciculatum var. polifolium|
|Common name||Eastern Mojave buckwheat|
A 1-3′ high shrub with rounded, ball-like clusters of small pinkish-white flowers in summer which age to a rust color by fall. Buckwheats support many pollinators including bees, butterflies, and beetles. Grows well in rocky soils. Prefers full sun.
|Mature Size||1-3’H x 1-3’W|
|Flower Color||White to pink|
|Cold Tolerance||Hardy to 20F|
|Wildlife Benefited||Butterflies/Moths, bees|
Please note that we can only ship to CA, NV, AZ, and UT. Packet weighs about .5 grams.
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