This annual and perennial mixture is for ornamental landscaping in OK and most of Texas. For the extreme southern tip of Texas, use the Gulf Coast/Caribbean Mix. For the far eastern edge of TX, use the Southeast Mix. Flowers will provide color throughout the growing season. This mixture contains native species as well as non-native species that are adapted to the region.
Purple Coneflower, Annual Baby's Breath, Texas Bluebonnet, Dwarf Blue Cornflower, Lance Leaved Coreopsis, Sulphur Cosmos, Annual Candytuft, Indian Blanket, Lemon Mint, Clasping Coneflower, Prairie Coneflower, Purple Moss Verbena, Black-Eyed Susan, Plains Coreopsis, Showy Evening Primrose.
Plant in well-drained cultivated soil during early spring or fall (recommended in mild climates). For best results, loosen soil with rake or hoe. Mix seeds with a cup of sand or other inert material and spread over calculated area. Lightly rake seed into soil or cover with peat moss or similar light mulch. Keep soil moist until plants begin to grow.
- Lbs. Per Acre (First Seeding): 12 Pounds
- Lbs. Per Acre (Reseeding): 6 Pounds
- Oz Per 1000 Sq Ft: 4 Ounces
- Region: Texas/Oklahoma