'Illinois Bundleflower', also known as 'Prairie Bundle Flower', 'Bundleflower', 'Prairie Mimosa', 'Prickleweed', 'Illinois Desmanthus', 'Spider Bean', and 'Prairie Bundleflower', is a common plant found growing on the sides of roads in many areas of the South-central and Midwestern United States.
The plants grow thirty-six to sixty inches in height and have attractive, lacy, fern like leaves. It blooms throughout the summer months. If left on the plants, the seeds provide a food source for wildlife.
Sow seeds in a sunny, well-drained location. For optimal growth, the plants will require regular watering. Perennial in USDA Zones 5-8. Each packet contains one gram, which is approximately 150 seeds.