"Psalms 1:3 - Like a Tree planted by Streams of Water"
Environmental Wildflower Mix
When you plant a wildflower garden, you provide a crucial habitat for important native pollinators such as bees, butterflies and hummingbirds. Wildflowers also attract beneficial garden insects which help keep potentially crop-damaging pests at bay. And, of course, in addition to serving a vital role in helping preserve our natural environment, wildflowers are beautiful and require relatively little maintenance. What’s not to love?
Environmental Wildflower Planting Directions -
Prepare a bed of loose soil. Sprinkle seeds in prepared area and cover loosely with soil. Keep the area moist until the plants are about 6" tall. It really is that easy!
- Lifecycle: perennial
- Time to Maturity:
- Sun Requirement: sun
- Packet Weight: 600mg
- Bloom Season: summer - fall
- Height: varies
- Uses: cut flowers, beds, wildflower gardens
- Low Maintenance : yes
Siberian Wallflower, Lance Leaved Coreopsis, Purple Coneflower, Blanketflower, Blue Flax, Perennial Lupine, Russel Lupine, Shasta Daisy, Sweet William, Gayfeather, Dwarf Columbine, Maltese Cross, Evening Primrose, Purple Moss Verbena, Black-Eyed Susan, Prairie Coneflower, Dwarf Red Coneflower, Greyheaded Coneflower.