Only 6-12 inches tall… that’s it! Low-growing, annual and perennial wildflowers will maintain a compact, semi-neat appearance. Best of all, this mix combines both native and introduced species, so it does well in a variety of climates. Who said flowers have to be tall to have a big impact?
Seed pack (1 oz) treats 100 square feet.
Johnny Jump-Up, Scarlet Flax, California Poppy, Iceland Poppy, Indian Blanket, Maiden Pinks, Bluebells, Dwarf Sweet Alyssum, Baby Blue Eyes, Five-Spot, Forget-Me-Not, Goldfields, Dwarf Godetia, Bird’s Eye Gilia, Catchfly, Snapdragon, Sweet William and Wallflower.
The ideal time to plant wildflowers is either in the spring (one month prior to date of last hard freeze) or late fall (after October).
For even distribution, combine with clean, dry sand at a ratio of 4:1 (sand to seed) and scatter by hand or mechanical spreader. Gently rake over the area covering to a depth of 1/8 to 1/4 inch or 2-3 times the seed diameter. Keep moist for 4-6 weeks to ensure the best germination.