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This western native perennial has flowers of bright red centers with yellow tips that bloom from June through August, ranging from North Dakota to Colorado, west to Oregon and southwestern Canada. Flowers attract honey bees, wild bees and butterflies. They grow best in full sun with dry to moderate moisture and in light, well-drained, infertile soils. Plants withstand heat and drought.