The Southwest region of the United States, includes Arizona, New Mexico, and southern Nevada, and southern California. The Southwest is known for its arid climate and unique growing conditions for wildflowers. The Southwest Native Wildflower Seed Mix contains annuals and perennials that are native to the southwestern United States. The soil in this region is often characterized by being dry and rocky, with limited water availability. Despite these challenges, the Southwest is home to a wide variety of wildflowers that have adapted to the harsh growing conditions. For example, the Desert marigold and the Desert sunflower are able to thrive in the hot and dry conditions by using efficient water-storage mechanisms. Additionally, the Southwest receives minimal rainfall, but the occasional summer monsoon can provide an influx of moisture, supporting the growth of species such as the Fairy duster and the Prickly pear cactus. Overall, the unique soil and weather conditions in the Southwest have created a unique and diverse range of habitats for wildflowers to grow and flourish.