Mexican Hat 100 - 10,000 Seeds Ratibida Columnaris Columnifera Native Wildflower


A 1 -3" tall native perennial plant that naturalizes in a suitable habitat. Drought tolerant plant prefers dry to medium soils and easy to grow. Blooms from mid summer into fall and longer when there is moisture. Perfect for meadows. 

Deer resistant plants make a great source for nectar for beneficial insects. Native Americans used the plant in dermatological, analgesic, and gastronintestinal herbal remedies. 

Plants grown from seed usually bloom the second year. 

  • Vibrant Blooms: Mexican hat wildflowers showcase striking red and yellow petals with a distinctive cone-shaped center, creating a visually captivating display in your garden.

  • Native Wildflower: As a native wildflower, Mexican hat seeds contribute to biodiversity and support local pollinators, attracting bees, butterflies, and other beneficial insects.

  • Low-Maintenance: These wildflowers are easy to grow and require minimal maintenance, making them a suitable choice for both experienced and novice gardeners.

  • Drought Tolerant: Mexican hat wildflowers are adapted to arid conditions, making them resilient and suitable for xeriscaping or regions with limited water availability.

  • Attractive to Wildlife: The unique shape and vibrant colors of Mexican hat flowers attract a variety of wildlife, including birds and hummingbirds, adding liveliness to your garden.

  • Naturalize and Self-Sow: Mexican hat plants can naturalize and self-sow, creating a sustainable and self-perpetuating wildflower habitat over time.

  • Versatile Landscaping: Mexican hat wildflowers are suitable for various landscaping purposes, including meadows, borders, cottage gardens, and native plantings.

  • Long Blooming Period: Enjoy an extended blooming period with Mexican hat wildflowers, as they produce flowers throughout the summer, providing continuous beauty and color.

  • Eco-Friendly Choice: Planting Mexican hat wildflower seeds promotes eco-friendliness by supporting native plant populations and enhancing the ecological balance in your surroundings.


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