Our office will be closed for Christmas and New Years December 23rd-January 5th. We will be back in the office January 8th.

Oregon Sunshine

$2.50$285.00

Oregon Sunshine is also commonly referred to as Wooly Sunflower or Golden Yarrow.  This golden flower can be found in uplands, typically in sandy or well-drained gravel soil.  Dry, open habitats below 10,000 feet provide another common home to this flower.  Oregon Sunshine will grow to be long and leggy and will need to be managed and cut-back when it strains to stay standing.  It can be found growing in southern British Columbia, east of the Cascade Mountains, in the Sierra Nevadas, around western Montana, southeastern Idaho, northeastern Nevada and even as far south as southern California.  It is a low-growing flower that will bloom between May and August.  Drought tolerant and long lasting, this perennial will manage to find its niche in an area and stay there.  Outdoor fall planting in the Northwest will yield the best results.  Most Oregon native flowers need cold weather to help spur them out of the ground.  Patience when growing this flower is necessary, some natives take longer to get out of the ground and may take up to 3 years to become fully established.

The broadcast rate for seeding is 16 – 20 pounds per acre.

The seed drill rate for seeding in rows is 8 pounds per acre.

Purchasing Options PriceQuantity
Small Packet $2.50

Covers approximately 5 square feet.

5 Gram $3.00

Covers approximately 60 square feet.

1/32 Pound $12.00

Covers approximately 170 square feet.

1 Pound $285.00

Covers approximately 5,445 square feet.

Scientific Name

Eriophyllum lanatum

Product Type

Native Flower

Color

Yellow

Cycle

Perennial

Origin

NW Native species, North American Native species

Height

12-24"

Bloom Season

Spring, Summer

Weeks to Bloom

6 to 8 weeks

USDA Zone

5 to 10

Seeds Per Pound

2,000,000

Seeding Rate (lb./acre)

8

Pollen/Nectar

Nectar

Pollinator(s)

Honey Bees, Native Bees

Notes

Attractive to Many Bees & several species of butterflies.

Planting Season

Fall

Scroll to Top