Arrowleaf Balsamroot is a long-lived, tap-rooted perennial with arrowhead-shaped leaves and yellow sunflower like flowers. It is native to mountains of the western U.S. and can be abundant in open hillsides up to 9,000 feet elevation. Useful for reclamation, pollinator and wildlife mixes. Deer, elk and pronghorn feed on the leaves while birds and rodents will eat the seeds. Seeds have dormancy – moist chill for 30 days prior to planting or sow seed in late fall for spring emergence.