The bright orange and yellow flowers on this plant were named after the vivid colors seen on Indian blankets in the Southwest. It has gray-green foliage, grows 2 ft. tall and can grow equally as wide. It tolerates heat, poor soils and drought. Grow in full sun, well-drained soil and water once to twice-a-week. It blooms July through August and needs to be sheared at the end of each season. Use in native areas or wildflower plantings where it has room to seed itself freely about the garden. This plant is not bothered by rabbits, squirrels nor deer.