Serendipity’s Western Garden Wildflower Mix
Note: Pictures represent the idea of what you will get in the mix and what a wildflower garden might look like. There are far more colors and plants in the actual mix.
This pack quantity is meant to be a starter flower garden for small gardens - it will plant approximately 25 sq feet
Brighten up your garden with this easy to start wildflower mix. A rainbow of color will liven up any area of the yard. Create a new bed or mix into areas that need a little TLC. Specifically formulated to excel in the Midwestern region. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. Can be grown in regions anywhere.
70% Annual - 30% Perennial Both will reseed for year after year enjoyment
100% Pure Seed
Best for western regions but very suitable for ALL USDA Zones
Works well in container gardening!
This mix is unmatched in beauty when in bloom. Blossoms attract pollinators, like butterflies and hummingbirds, filling the yard with all kinds of activity.
Packs include the following mix of annual and perennial seed. Both will reseed for year after year of beautiful wildflower blooms.
Baby’s Breath Annual
Dwarf Cornflower/Bachelor Button Annual
Rocky Mountain Penstemon Perennial
Lemon Mint Annual
Wild Blue Columbine Perennial
Five Spot Annual
Mexican Hat Perennial
Tall Cornflower/Bachelor Button Annual
Red Corn Poppy (Legion Poppy) Annual
Lance Leaf Coreopsis Annual
Mixed Red Poppy (Shirley Poppy) Annual
Wild Cosmos Annual
California Poppy Annual/Perennial
Blanketflower Gaillardia Perennial
Black Eyed Susan Biennial
Wild Perennial Lupine Perennial
Purple Coneflower Perennial
Russel Lupine Perennial
Plains Coreopsis Annual
Siberian Wallflower Biennial
Blue Flax Annual
Scarlet Flax Annual
Drummond Phlox Annual
Sulphur/Orange Cosmos Annual
Gloriosa Daisy Perennial
· Loosen top 2-3 inches of soil
· Remove debris and rake smooth
· Evenly sprinkle seed across planting area
· Rake Lightly to work seed into soil
· Water and fertilize
· Keep Moist until seeds germinate then water as necessary for best growing success