From:Northglenn, CO Region: Rocky Mountain Topic: Wildflowers Title: Native wildflowers for Denver, Colorado area Answered by: Nan Hampton
I live in the Denver, CO area and would like to plant more native wildflowers. Can you please tell me where I can find a list?
You can visit our Regional Fastpacks page and find the Rocky Mountain Recommended Native Plant Species List. The list is divided into sections for different types of plants (e.g., Cacti and Succulents, Ferns, Grasses, etc.) and gives the botanical and common names, the native range (i.e., the state), and comments about size, bloom time, and habitat preference for each plant.
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