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Our Willamette Valley ecotype of this species is taller than the garden variety. Found in disturbed, well drained areas, this species has clusters of golden yellow flowers atop many stems attracting bees and butterflies. (Mother plants from Benton County)


  • Height 36-45”
  • Width 18-24”
  • Water: wet to moist
  • Sun: full sun to partial shade
  • Bloom time: June
  • Direct sowing: Best sown in spring or fall. Seeds are very small and should be surface sown.
  • Growing transplants: Seeds are not dormant and will readily germinate in warm temperatures

Western Wallflower

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