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I would like to replace my dying grass with wildflowers on a sandy, hill on S. mountain. What kind of wildflowers are drought resistant and would they grow well, and where could I buy them?
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Wildflowers such as blanket flower, penstemon species, oriental poppies, coreopsis and globemallow are suggestions for drought resistant species for your situation. Granite Seed Co., http://www.graniteseed.com/mixes/index.html is good place to look for information about wildflowers as well as a good wildflower seed supplier.
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