Large-flowered collomia : Collomia grandiflora
Collomia grandiflora is a native hardy annual that occurs from the prairies of the Willamette Valley to the sagebrush country east of the Cascades.
Clusters of flowers open sherbet orange and then fade to white with conspicuous blue pollen for a multi-colored effect. An adaptable plant that will occupy any open disturbed site.
Reseeds prolifically. To 2′ tall. Cute cut flower. Nice native to let wander your garden. Low water.
A charming plant that should be given average conditions and not pampered- otherwise it will contract powdery mildew which is harmless but ugly.
Portland Plant List species
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