Wildflowers Insect Blend - West Coast Seeds
Wildflowers Beneficial Insect Blend - West Coast Seeds

Wildflowers Beneficial Insect Blend - West Coast Seeds

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Fera flores

  • Flowers selected to attract predatory insects
  • Attracts lacewings, hover flies and ladybird beetles
  • Controls aphids, thrips, and caterpillars
  • Control insects naturally
  • Recommend 198g per 1000 sq. ft.

5g (Covers Approx. 25 Sq Ft)

Different flowers attract different sorts of insects. The flowers in this blend of Beneficial Insect Blend wildflower seeds were selected to attract predatory insects such as lacewings, hover flies, and ladybird beetles. With a healthy population of these insects in your garden, pest species like aphids, thrips, and caterpillars will be controlled naturally. This blend also attracts generalist pollinators that will increase yields in fruiting plants from peppers to peas. Feeding a healthy and diverse insect population is the best general way to encourage garden health and control the insects that cause the most obvious garden problems.

Recommended rate of application: 198g per 1,000 square feet.

Below is a list of the ingredients in our Beneficial Insect wildflower seeds. This blend was designed to include the maximum number of flowers known to attract pollinators and predatory insects that feed on pest species. For instance, dill is attractive to lacewings, ladybird beetles, and the tiny parasitoid wasps that kill aphids. The purpose of this mix is to increase the biodiversity in your garden and take advantage of naturally occurring food pyramids to control pest insects and improve pollination at the same time. The ideal time to plant wildflower seeds is March to April.

Baby Blue-Eyes Nemophila menziesii
Bishop's Flower Ammi majus
Black-Eyed Susan Rudbeckia hirta
California Poppy Eschscholzia californica
Candytuft Iberis umbellata
Cilantro Coriandrum sativum
Cosmos Cosmos spp.
Fennel Foeniculum vulgare
Gayfeather Liatris spicata
Globe Gilia Gilia capitata
Lance-Leaf Coreopsis Coreopsis lanceolata
Purple Prairie Clover Dalea purpurea
Shasta Daisy Chrysanthemum maximum
Siberian Wallflower Cheiranthus allionii
Sweet Alyssum Lobularia maritima
Wild Bergamot Monarda fistulosa

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