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Pollinator Wildflower Seed Mix


A specially formulated wildflower seed mix designed to attract pollinators like birds, bees, and butterflies. A balanced wildflower seed mix of annuals and perennials with varying heights for year after year of beautiful blooms.

Prairie Coneflower (Ratibida columnifera)

Synonyms: Mexican Hat / Rudbeckia columnifera / Ratibida columnaris
A biennial to perennial, flowers with drooping yellow or bronze ray flowers and upright, brownish center. Blooms from July through August. Mexican Hat is mostly red with a little yellow. Dwarf Red is solid red. Found from Alberta to Mexico, east to Manitoba, Minnesota, Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas and Texas; dry plains, prairies and ravines. Best in full sun; dry, well-drained soils, quite drought-tolerant.

Prairie Spiderwort (Tradescantia occidentalis)

An erect, branching perennial with grass-like leaves growing up to 18 inches tall. Purple to pink three-petaled flowers in terminal clusters flower June to July; each flower lasts one day and will close by noon on sunny days. Best in full sun to partial shade with little to moderate moisture; drought tolerant. Its nectar attracts bees and butterflies.

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Prickly Poppy (Argemone mexicana)

Sticky plant with bright yellow flowers that can grow up to 3 feet. Spiky seed pods are 6 to 9 inches tall with many prickles helping the seeds reestablish in the ground.

Purple Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea)

A perennial, produces large, rose-purple flowers, up to 6 inches across, with dome-shaped centers. A bushy plant, blooming from late June through August. Distributed across Ohio to Iowa, south to Louisiana and Georgia; dry, open woods and rocky prairies. Best in full sun to light shade, tolerates various soil types but does best in moderately moist but well-drained soil which is rich in humus; tolerate combination of heat and humidity. A good cutflower, attracts butterflies, seeds attract birds.

Rocket Larkspur (Consolida ajacis)

Synonyms: Consolida ambigua
An annual, spikes of flowers arising from clump of basal leaves, flowers are pink, blue, purple or white. Found on cultivated ground and roadsides. Best in full to partial sun, moist to dry soils, avoid acid soils; attracts hummingbirds.

Rocky Mountain Beeplant (Cleome serrulata)

Rocky Mountain Beeplant has showy bright pink flowers that attract many pollinators, including bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. Blooming from May to September, this native thrives in full sun and dry soil; drought tolerant.