Wildflowers, Perennial Mix
Mixed varieties. Perennial.
Capture the beauty of a wildflower meadow right in your own yard. This is a mixture of perennial flowers native and naturalized in North America. Expect the best showing in the second season and successive years when perennials begin to mature. Attracts pollinators.
Planting & Harvesting
Seed Depth: 1/4″ (6mm)
Sprouts In: 5-20 days
Thinning: thin as required
Plant in early spring, or fall to spring in mild climates. Remove weeds and grass from planting area. Loosen soil with rake or shovel. Scatter seeds thinly over area and rake them into top 1/4″ of soil. Keep soil evenly moist until seeds germinate. A light mulch is helpful in dry areas.
Contains: 16% Siberian Wallflower, 16% Perennial Lupine, 12% Purple Coneflower, 11.5% Blue Flax, 11% Lance Leaved Coreopsis, 7% Russell Lupine, 6% Shasta Alaska Daisy, 6% Sweet William, 6% CA Orange Poppy. Less than 5% each for a total combined mix of 8.5%: Blanket Flower, Gaura, Prairie Coneflower, Black-Eyed Susan, Lavender Hyssop.