(2-2 1/2′) The native Purple Tansy wildflower has gorgeous fern-like leaves and masses of curving lavender flower spikes. Plant in large clumps for waves of color. It thrives in your hot, dry gardens where soil is sandy. It also provides an essential food source for honey bees.
16,000 seeds/oz. 7-12 days 68°F.
Needs darkness to germinate.
About Pollinator Wildflowers
More than one third of the food we eat needs to be pollinated by bees. There are over 4,000 species of native bees in the United States. When planting a pollinator preserve try to avoid using herbicides and pesticides. Inter-planting native grasses with our pollinator flowers provides a more diverse habitat.