This Horkelia grows in our mountains from the Big Bear area across to Mt. Pinos and in the higher mountains up into Monterey County. A low green, aromatic perennial that is a magnet for native insects. It creates a forest smell in a small courtyard or shaded patio. Use as a small scale ground cover under native bushes and bring the forest smell home.
Syn. Horkelia bolanderi subsp. parryi
Horkelia rydbergii tolerates seasonal flooding.
Horkelia rydbergii is great for a bird garden and a butterfly garden.
Foliage of Horkelia rydbergii has color green-gray, is evergreen and has fragrance.
Flower of Horkelia rydbergii has color white.
Communities for Horkelia rydbergii:Mountain Meadow and Yellow Pine Forest.