DALEA purpurea (Prairie Clover, Purple)

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$6.76
Blooms in summer, the purple prairie clover is well-known among aspirants all over the world because of its simple and attractive look. Pollinated by the sun, butterflies, and honeybees, the flower requires well-drained soil to grow smoothly. A noteworthy part of the Dalea Purpurea family, the flower is native to...
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Blooms in summer, the purple prairie clover is well-known among aspirants all over the world because of its simple and attractive look. Pollinated by the sun, butterflies, and honeybees, the flower requires well-drained soil to grow smoothly. A noteworthy part of the Dalea Purpurea family, the flower is native to the US and Mexico. Super attractive to moths, and other beautiful creatures, the flower, no doubt, is the best deal for you. 

Number of Seeds Max Coverage Area (Square Ft.)
0.5OZ 9,063 166
1OZ 18,125 331
1/4LB 72,500 1,325
1/2LB 145,000 2,650
1LB 290,000 5,300
5LB 1,450,000 26,500

Scientific Name: DALEA PURPUREA

Common Name: PURPLE, Prairie Clover

Plant Type: Perennials

Family:  Fabaceae

Native Range: US, Mexico

Full Growth Height: 12-36"

Width in Across: 30-60"

Exposure: Full Sun

Blooming Season: Summer

Flower: Showy

Pollinators: Butterflies, Bees, Sun

Flower Color: Purple

Tolerate: Drought, Deer

Water Requirement: Low, Average

Soil Type: Chalk, Clay, Loam, Sand

Zones: 3-8

Uses: Prairies, Gardens, Walkways

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