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Lewis Flax is the true native flax of the western U.S. It is found in mixed grass, sagebrush, pinon-juniper, mountain brush and aspen communities and in openings in coniferous forests. Plants do best in full sun and dry conditions with well-drained, infertile, sandy soils. It reseeds easily in optimum conditions and is also used as a fire suppressant species in green strip plantings due to its semi-evergreen nature.