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This beautiful delicate wildflower most commonly occurs in yellow but can also by a mix of pink, white and cream. Native to North America in the Rocky mountains from North Utah to British Columbia and Alberta in grows in mountain meadows, open woods and alpine slopes.
Generally not harvested.
A moderate self sower, collect seed in late summer and sow fresh.
Full Sun, Partial Shade, Partial Sun
Chalk, Gravel, Sand, Loam
A low maintenance plant that is deer and rabbit resistant it is suitable for rock and alpine gardens and natural landscaping.
Pink, Yellow, Cream, White
Generally pest and disease free