Wildflowers Pacific Northwest Blend - West Coast Seeds
Wildflowers Pacific Northwest Blend
- Mix of annuals and perennials
- Attracts beneficial insects
- Suitable for containers
- Easy to grow
- Long lasting blooms
- 5g (covers approx. 35 sq ft)
This mix of annuals and perennials blooms freely in the sun with little or no care once established. Beginning in the early spring and continuing through the summer this blend provides a changing show of colours and textures. Pacific Northwest wildflower seeds are a magnificent blend. Sow in March and April for best results, or plan a fall sowing. Break up the soil in the area you want to plant and scatter the seeds lightly. Be sure to keep the planted area moist until germination. This is usually not hard to accomplish in the rainy Pacific Northwest.
Recommended rate of application: 141g per 1,000 square feet.
Please review the list below for the seeds that are included in our Pacific Northwest wildflower seeds blend. These flowers will thrive in most garden settings, but they have been selected due to their performance in the Pacific Northwest. By that we mean from the north of Vancouver Island and across to the Sunshine Coast down south to around Eugene, Oregon. They will grow perfectly well east of the Cascade Mountains, too. This is a beautiful and diverse mix of flowers both short and tall.
Bird’s Eyes (Gilia tricolor)
Blanketflower (Gaillardia puchella)
California Poppy (Eschscholzia californica),
Clarkia (Clarkia unguiculata)
Mountain Phlox (Linanthus grandiflora)