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Tidy Tips (Layia platyglossa) a cluster of these bright yellow and white wildflowers.
Photo of Tidy Tips flowers
Tidy Tips (Layia platyglossa) closeup of two flowers.
Tidy Tips (Layia platyglossa) seed production field.
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Tidy Tips

Layia platyglossa
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With a beautiful low-growing mat of bright yellow flowers, Tidy Tips is perfect for the front of a sunny border or meandering along a path. The pretty, rayed flowers are about two inches across and are edged in white. Spreads about one foot & grows 8 to 12 inches tall. Mass them on slopes and hillsides where they will need little water once established. A California-coast native, Tiny Tips is ideal for cool and moist climates.  Plant alone or with other natives such as California Poppy, Blue Lupine, and Farewell-to-Spring.  

Available in single packets and as bulk wildflower seeds.

Live seeds per ounce: 16,400
Seeding rate per ounce: 350 sq ft
Regions: All regions under 4,000 ft.
Native To: CA, AZ, NV, OR, WA
Life Cycle: Annual
Exposure: Sun
Height (in.): 8-12 in.

Bloom Period:

Spring to Summer
Flower Color(s): Yellow with white tips
Establishment: Fast
Water Requirements: Low
Wildlife:

Pollinator, Butterflies

 

Cultural Information:  
Sow seed in fall to early spring.  Occasional summer water prolongs the bloom season.

₁ Approximate number of live seeds per ounce based on typical laboratory tests for this species.  Also known as PLS.
₂ Seeding rate is based on seeding alone.  When seeding with other species the rates should be reduced.  Contact us for recommendations.



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