BULK Wildflower Perennial Blend - West Coast Seeds
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- Grows to 110cm
- Sow in spring or fall
- Many colours
All perennials in this mix! These species will provide many colours for years of enjoyment. When fall planted, the flowers will blossom the following spring. When spring planted, if the conditions are right, there will be some flowering, but most will not flower until the following spring. The advantage of spring or summer planting is that the plants have a well-established root system for the following spring. Perennial Mix wildflower seeds will grow to an approximate height of 90-110cm (36-40") under normal conditions. This mix blends nicely with our other wildflowers to provide a good perennial base.
Recommended rate of application: 141g per 1,000 square feet.
25g. (Covers Approx. 176 sq. ft.)
The Perennial Wildflower Seeds ingredients are listed below. This is the right blend to establish where flowers are needed to come back year after year. Perennial flowers are often drought resistant and very winter hardy, so they can be relied upon for blooms season after season. This blend includes perennials that open at various times of the season, too. So there is always something in bloom.
|Black-Eyed Susan||Rudbeckia hirta|
|Blanket Flower||Gaillardia aristata|
|Butterfly Milkweed||Asclepias tuberosa|
|Dwarf Evening Primrose||Oenothera missouriensis|
|Eastern Columbine||Aquilegia canadensis|
|Lance Leaf Coreopsis||Coreopsis lanceolata|
|Lewis Flax||Linum lewisii|
|New England Aster||Aster novae-angliae|
|Ohio Spiderwort||Tradescantia ohiensis|
|Ox-Eye Sunflower||Heliopsis Helianthoides|
|Prairie Coneflower||Ratibida columnifera|
|Purple Coneflower||Echinacea purpurea|
|Rocky Mountain Penstemon||Penstemon strictus|
|White Upland Aster||Aster ptarmicoides|
|Wild Bergamot||Monarda fistulosa|
West Coast Seeds enjoys a geographically diverse customer base across North America. If you live in a sensitive bioregion, there may be campaigns at your local level against the planting of certain seeds. Please consider such campaigns as you select the right wildflower blend for your patio, garden, field, or farm. In Canada, you can visit the Invasive Species Centre website to find further resources on invasive plants in your region.