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North American Wildflower Mix

To create a beautiful meadow, you should carefully prepare the area to be seeded, sow seed evenly and thinly, cover lightly, and keep moist. In a comparative planting of a number of wildflower mixes, this one definitely seemed the best. It is equally split between perennials and annuals that should self-seed. This mix includes: Chinese Forget-Me-Not, Candytuft, Siberian Wallflower, California Poppy, Purple Coneflower, Baby's Breath, Scarlet Flax, Lupine, Coreopsis, Dwarf Blue Cornflower, Blue Flax, Tree Mallow, Gaillardia, Sweet William, Shasta Daisy, Dwarf Snapdragons, Corn Poppy, Mexican Hat, and Rudbeckia Blk-Eyed Susan. Plants @ 100 square feet. 700 seeds

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TB
08/03/2021
Tom B.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Arbor Day

We ordered the Wildflower mix packets as "Giveaways" for Arbor Day this year. Great and friendly service. Shipment showed up when expected, packets attractive and were well recieved by recipients. Thanks

JB
09/01/2020
Jennifer B.
United States United States
I recommend this product
I love Pinetree

I buy lots of seeds. Pinetreed are the best. Great prices and they grow wonderfully. We got a very late start on everything this year. (I will never know how my son managed to flatten all four tires on the tractor!). We're getting vegetables and enjoying flowers. I will be back next year!

J
06/08/2019
Joann
I recommend this product
Great value!

Wonderful variety of plant seeds and the germination rate is high. The plants grew quite quickly. I started them in containers. If that is the method you want to use, don't go heavy handed when planting. I had to thin quite a bit.