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Wildflower Seeds - Dry West Region

The Dry West Region is one of the larger areas, but also has the fewest inhabitants. This area encompasses all of the areas in the American West that receive very little rainfall. The natural vegetation varies from true desert in the south, to sagebrush drylands in the north as well as in the higher elevations. The native species that grow in these areas are by nature very drought resistant, and able to handle the harsh conditions that are found there. The annuals that are displayed on this page need a steady source of water, so will need regular watering if they are grown. If you want to just see Western wildflower seeds for sale that will grow well without a lot of supplemental water, then filter the results by selecting "Native Wildflowers" and "Dry Soil" in the left column.
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The Dry West Region is one of the larger areas, but also has the fewest inhabitants. This area encompasses all of the areas in the American West that receive very little rainfall. The natural vegetation varies from true desert in the south, to sagebrush drylands in the north as well as in the higher elevations. The native species that grow in these areas are by nature very drought resistant, and able to handle the harsh conditions that are found there. The annuals that are displayed on this page need a steady source of water, so will need regular watering if they are grown. If you want to just see Western wildflower seeds for sale that will grow well without a lot of supplemental water, then filter the results by selecting "Native Wildflowers" and "Dry Soil" in the left column.