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Gigantea), and Missouri ironweed (V. missurica). USE S N O TA B L E F L O W E R V I S I T O R S Several wild bees are specialist pollen collec- Wildflower meadow Wetland restoration Ornamental Pollinator nesting material or caterpillar host plant tors of ironweed including the long-horned bees Melissodes denticulata and M. vernoniae. Host plant for caterpillars of the ironweed borer moth (Papaipema cerussata), the Parthenice tiger moth (Grammia parthenice), and the red groundling moth (Perigea xanthioides).
8 m) Blazing star R E C O M M E N D E D S P E C I E S O R VA R IE T IE S 37 » S O U T H E R N P L A I N S bumble bee (Bombus fraternus) foraging blazing star. Native Wildflowers « 38 7. BLUE CURLS (Trichostema lanceolatum) B were plowed into farm fields, making it scarcer across the landscape, blue curls, also known as vinegar weed, was considered the most important late-season honey plant in California. Accounts from a century ago reported routine honey yields averaging 80 pounds per colony and described the honey as white and quick to granulate.
This bloom time, along with the low cost of seed, fast establishment, and aggressive reseeding, makes them a valuable addition to pollinator meadows along the West Coast. EXPOSURE SOIL MOISTURE Sun Average 45 » Clarkia R E C O M M E N D E D S P E C I E S O R VA R IE T IE S Farewell to spring (C. amoena) is the most common and widely available. Other species are increasingly available, including mountain garland (C. unguiculata) and winecup clarkia (C. purpurea). USE S Wildflower meadow/ prairie restoration N O TA B L E F L O W E R V I S I T O R S Rangeland/pasture Mostly attracts small, drab-colored sweat bees.