As the common name implies, woodland madia grows in woodland and forested habitat, brightening a shady area with its small yellow flowers. It is a biennial or short lived perennial wildflower that blooms May-July. Drought tolerant and attractive to pollinators, woodland madia is perfect for a dry, shady area in your garden, or in an oak woodland or pine forest habitat.
Woodland madia (Anisocarpus madioides) seed packets contain approximately 140 seeds.
Seed Germination Instructions
30-60 days cold-moist stratification. Sow outside in fall to late winter.