Plant family: Polygonaceae - Buckwheat
Plant type: Sub-shrub
Plant origin: N/A, California
Chaparral, Creosote Bush Scrub, Inland Sage Scrub, Joshua Tree Woodland, Oak Woodland
Attracts Wildlife, Fire Resistance, Tolerates Hard Frost
Eriogonum fasciculatum var polifolium 'Margarita FOG' bears white flowers from spring into summer, turning pink, then chocolate brown in fall. This grey leafed subshrub grows to 2-4 ft wide by 2-3 feet tall. Use as a focal point in a container or rock garden,or use in a border garden or to edge a pathway. all buckwheats are an important source of nectar for native bees, insects and butterflies. Birds and mammals appreciate the seeds and shelter. Plant in well-drained soil, and provide occasional water in summer.
Hardy to -20 degrees F.
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