The Pollinator Quick Spring Seed Mix as the perfect collection of wildflowers, the species selected for this mix need very little or no cold moist per-treatment resulting higher germination rates for late spring plantings.
With a verity of favored nectar plants like Purple Cone-flower (Echinacea purpurea) and Black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia hirta), 13 species total that will attract other butterflies, bees and even humming birds.
In a sunny spot spread Seed Mix evenly into a prepared flowerbed and compress into soil. Keep moist until seedlings are about 6-8" tall then water as needed. Best time is spring or fall.
Seeds include both annuals for quick bloom time and perennial for blooms in years to come. Some wildflower seeds require a period of time cold moist conditions to germinate which makes this mix perfect, if planting in late spring.
Native Seeds: Black-eyed Susan, Purple Prairie Clover, Purple Coneflower, Plains Coreopsis, Common Sunflower, Sneezeweed, Mexican hat, Blanket Flower, Wild Bergamot, Hairy Mt. Mint, Red Phlox, Flax, Little Blue Stem.