Wildflowers, Pollinator Honey Bee Mix
Mixed varieties. Annual/perennial.
Nectar and a pollen-rich blend of annual and perennial flowers that will provide forage for honey bees all season long. It is ideal for honey beekeepers and farmers who need honey bees for the pollination of their crops. Plant along the perimeters of crop fields, in marginal cropland or along the edges of wildland areas.
Planting & Harvesting
Seed Depth: 1/4″ (6mm)
Sprouts In: 5-20 days
Thinning: thin as required
Plant fall to spring in mild climates and early spring in colder areas. 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: 10% Perennial Lupine, 9% Siberian Wallflower, 9% Candytuft, 7% Rocket Larkspur-Imperial Mix, 7% Gayfeather, 6% Purple Coneflower, 6% Blanket Flower, 6% Spurred Northern Lights Snapdragon, 5% Cornflower, 5% Lance Leaved Coreopsis, 5% Indian Blanket, 5% Clasping Coneflower. Less than 5% each for a total combined mix of 20%: CA Orange Poppy, Blue Flax, Sweet Alyssum, Black-Eyed Susan, Tetra Mix Snapdragon, Butterfly Milkweed, Godetia, Plains Coreopsis, Lemon Mint, Scarlet Sage.