The Intermountain region of the U.S., bounded by the Rocky Mountains on the east and the Cascade and Sierra Nevada mountain ranges on the west. This area includes eastern Washington, eastern Oregon, Nevada, Utah, Idaho, western Montana, western Wyoming and western Colorado. It is also suitable for southwestern Alberta and southeastern B.C. in Canada. The Intermountain Native Wildflower Seed Mix contains annuals and perennials that are native to the Intermountain region. This part of US and Canada, which encompasses states such as Montana, Wyoming, and Idaho, is also home to a diverse range of wildflowers. The soil in this region is varied, with some areas having fertile and moist soil, while others are dry and rocky. The weather in the Intermountain region is characterized by long, hot summers and cold, snowy winters. This extreme range in temperature can be a challenge for some wildflowers, but there are also species that have adapted to these conditions. For example, the Heart-leaved arnica can be found in the moist meadows, while the Sego lily thrives in the dry, rocky soil. Additionally, the Intermountain region receives ample rainfall, which supports the growth of wildflowers such as the Mountain goldenrod and the Rocky Mountain bee plant. Overall, the unique soil and weather conditions in the Intermountain region provide a diverse range of habitats for wildflowers to grow and thrive. Higher elevations above 7000 ft should use the Mountain Native wildflower mix.