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The Beauty of Regional Wildflowers

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Ashleigh Smith
I'm Ashleigh Smith, a native to Northern Utah. I first gained a love of gardening with my grandmother as I helped her each summer.

I decided to make a career of it and have recently graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Horticulture from Brigham Young University - Idaho. My studies have focused on plant production while I also have experience in Nursery & Garden Center Operations.

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  • Cy Oct 7, 2023

    Greetings! I writing to you because I think there might be something you’re missing in your flower mixes, especially in this month of celebrating indigenous peoples. Psoralea Esculenta, aliases, Breadroot, Timpsila, Indian Turnips. Not only is this flowering plant beautiful, super hardy,
    & edible. It historically has been as sustaining as the North American Bison to the indigenous peoples of the plains. Adaptable to a large area of our country. In some states it is now considered endangered. We are selling our cultivated seeds at indianturnipproducts.com, & would love to become a part of your seed packets. Let’s help proliferate this highly valued plant. It is being studied for many valuable elements nutritionally, including anticancer properties.


  • Sharon Perry Oct 4, 2023

    I live in the high desert, Antelope Valley, Lancaster, CA. 93536 I would love to plant wildflowers, especially ones that will help feed our local bees and hummingbirds. It can be very hot here, 110 degrees and freezes in the winter, dry and windy all year. I would love a great assortment, maybe even 2 or 3 different mixes? Thank you in advance for your help.


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