Grow them en masse for the best effect, since they don't have an overabundance of foliage. You can use that to your advantage by using them as border plants against a backdrop of denser species.
We like pairing them with anise hyssop; your local pollinators will appreciate the buffet. Both the pollen and nectar from Mexican hat flowers attract a huge variety of beneficial insects, and their ripening seeds may bring small birds to your garden.
|Botanical Name||Ratibida columnifera|
|Seed Packet||100 Seeds|