Its officially spring in the garden and we are beginning to get our wildflower show. The month of March brought us some much needed rain and the plants at our garden are sure happier for it. One outstanding wildflower that is blooming right now is the Seep Monkey Flower (Mimulus guttatus) which has bright yellow flowers with red freckles and resembles a monkey's face. This Monkeyflower can be found in all across
Seep Monkey Flower at a glance
Sun: Full-Part Shade
Water: The wetter the better
Soil: Tolerates clay, serpentine, sand and seasonal flooding
Wildlife: Bees and Hummingbirds
Pair with: Common Rush, Sedges, Fringe Cup and other stream side plants.