Eriogonum nudum var. auriculatum

Eriogonum nudum var. auriculatum

eared buckwheat



  • Perennial growing in dry, sunny places
  • Plants rarely exceed 2 feet tall
  • White to pink flowers in ball-like clusters
  • Prefers rocky or gravely soil
  • Needs very little water in summer
  • Found in Molate, Flatlands, Bay hills, Diablo and, Hamilton sections
  • also reported in Altamont
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Briones, Kennedy Grove RP, Lafayette, Mt. Diablo west, Orinda, Shell Ridge, Tilden RP


1 gallon, 4 inch

bloom season Aug
pollinators Bees
pollinators Butterflies
habitat Chaparral
flower color Cream
growth habit Creeping
dormancy Evergreen
sun Full Sun
soil Good
habitat Grassland
bloom season Jul
bloom season Jun
water Low
bloom season May
habitat Mixed evergreens
soil Moderate
bloom season Oct
sun Part Shade
soil Poor
bloom season Sep

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