(Berlandiera Lyrata) An easy-to -grow native wild flower with darling yellow blooms that smell of hot cocoa, especially strong in the early morning hours. The stamens of the flower are edible and taste faintly of chocolate! Various medicinal uses of this plant have been documented among Native American communities. This clumping perennial will reach 1-1.5 feet tall, and the plant will slowly grow year after year. A popular border plant best planted en masse. Hardy from USDA zones 2-10. Highly attractive to beneficial insects.
(Dimorphotheca sinuata) This annual flower is the most pleasing blend of orange and yellow colors, a cheerful addition to beds, borders and containers. An easy-to-grow compact variety, stands just 15 inches tall with blooms about 3 inches across. We love it planted en masse for a stunning design effect. This South African favorite is great planted in sunny, well-drained areas.