All Perennial Wildflower Seed Mix
If your plan is to sit back and let Mother Nature do her thing, then this is probably the wildflower mix for you. Once you’ve done the proper soil prep and sowed the seed, you’re done! Our All-Perennial Wildflower Seed Mix contains many of the most beloved perennial wildflowers including Lupine, Flax, Coreopsis, and Shasta Daisy. Suitable for all regions of North America.
What to Expect: As with most perennials, the first season you plant the All Perennial Wildflower Mix you’ll see handful of blooms, not all the blooms. This is normal! Perennial varieties usually show limited germination in their first season after planting, but will bloom to their full potential in the following growing season.
Name:All Perennial Wildflower Seed Mix
Number of Species:15
Siberian Wallflower, Shasta Daisy, Lance Leaf Coreopsis, Sweet William, Foxglove, Purple Coneflower, Blanket Flower, Blue Flax, Perennial Lupine, Mexican Hat, Gloriosa Daisy, Black Eyed Susan, Candytuft, Gayfeather/Blazing Star, Maltese Cross
Life Cycle:100% Perennial
Light Requirement:Full Sun
Planting Season:Spring, Fall
Features:Attracts Pollinators, Attracts Hummingbirds, Easy to Grow & Maintain
Blooms:Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall, Fall
Plant Height:25+ inches
Planting Depth:1/2 inch
Sowing Method:Direct Sow
Seeds per Pound:Approx. 375, 000+
Hardiness Zones:3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
How to Plant All Perennial Mix
When to Plant Wildflowers
For All Perennial Mix a late summer or early fall planting is recommended once temperatures have started to cool but with your first expected frost still a few weeks out.
Where to Plant Wildflowers
Though many wildflowers do tolerate some filtered shade, and a few actually thrive in it. The vast majority are definitely sun-lovers. Wildflowers will generally sprout in all but the most difficult conditions. This means that pampering your site with fertilizer or rich sod is not usually necessary.
How to Plant Wildflowers
Clear the area and work the soil as best you can before planting your seeds. Don’t panic when some weeds sprout along with the flowers, this will happen when the soil is worked.
We recommend mixing your seeds with sand – 5 parts sand to 1 part seeds. This allows for a more even distribution and also provides a convenient way to mark which portions of the site have been seeded and which have not. For a smaller area, you can hand-broadcast the seeds. For larger areas, we recommend a seed spreader to create a better cast of the seeds.
After the seeds have been sown, lightly compress the seeds into the soil about 1/2″ to protect from birds and wind.
How to Care for Wildflowers
Although Wildflowers are pretty easy to take care of, there are some steps to keep it looking beautiful. Regularly weed to ensure your wildflowers are getting the nutrients they need. Water your plants during dry spells. Deadhead blooms that are spend to encourage new growth.
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