A Multi-Season Show of Love for Our Winged Friends!
Create a haven for pollinators with our Pollinators’ Paradise Mix. This exceptional blend features a carefully curated selection of perennial flowers and self-seeding annual varieties, ensuring a continuous supply of nectar and pollen to support our beloved pollinators throughout the seasons. Prepare to be dazzled by the wild explosion of colors and the delightful dance of butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds in your garden.
Bee Friend and Blanketflower are specifically chosen for their exceptional pollinator-attracting qualities, while Cosmos provide a variety of shapes, colors, and sizes that pollinators adore.
Echinacea Purple Coneflower, with its striking petals and prominent cones, is a favorite among bees and butterflies. Larkspur adds a vertical element with its spires of vibrant blossoms, while Showy Milkweed serves as a critical food source for Monarch butterflies.
Rocky Mountain Penstemon offers a burst of richly colored blooms, while the Poppies bring a profusion of delicate petals and captivating hues, attracting a diverse range of pollinators with their bold and showy blossoms.
This mix is designed to provide sustenance for pollinators year-round, ensuring a continuous source of food for their survival. By planting the Pollinators’ Paradise Mix, you play a vital role in preserving and protecting our pollinator populations. Witness the enchanting sight of butterflies fluttering, bees buzzing, and hummingbirds darting among the brilliant blossoms.
Rest easy knowing these seeds are sourced from our cooperative of dedicated growers, supporting sustainable practices and a thriving pollinator ecosystem.
1 oz of seed covers an estimated 3,253 square feet
8 oz of seed covers an estimated 26,028 square feet
1 pound covers an estimated 52,056 square feet
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Growing Area: Choose a location that receives at least 6 hours of direct sunlight per day. Ensure the soil is well-drained and free of weeds or debris.
Timing: It is recommended to sow the seeds in the fall and early spring for optimal results.
Soil Preparation: Prepare the soil by removing any existing vegetation. If the soil is poor, consider adding compost or organic matter to improve fertility and moisture retention.
Seeding: Plant seeds every 6-12 inches. If you wish to broadcast the seeds over an area, you may consider mixing the seed mix with a carrier such as sand to achieve even distribution. This helps prevent clumping and allows for easier spreading.
Planting Depth: 0-1/8". Some of the seeds in this mix require light for germination. Cover them with a thin layer of fine soil or compost and gently rake the area after broadcasting seed. Avoid burying the seeds too deeply, as it may hinder their germination and growth.
Soil Coverage: This is dependent on the spacing used. We estimate the coverage area per 1 oz of seed mix is 3,253 sq ft.
Watering: After sowing the seeds, lightly water the area to ensure good soil-to-seed contact. Keep the soil consistently moist but not saturated during the germination period, which typically takes 2-4 weeks. Once the seedlings have emerged, gradually reduce watering frequency but ensure the plants receive adequate moisture throughout their growth.
Care: Remove any competing weeds by hand to prevent them from overshadowing the wildflower seedlings. Deadhead faded flowers to encourage prolonged blooming.