WHEN TO PLANT WILDFLOWERS
If you are hand-watering or using irrigation, you may plant wildflowers just about anytime of the year.
The natural time to plant, however is early fall, before the first rain or during the early part of the rain
season. The blooming season will begin the following spring, though some perennials may need two
years to take hold.
The amount of seed needed to sow any given area may vary a bit with the type of soil, climate, terrain,
etc. Our recommendations are for fairly flat areas, clear of trees and shrubbery.
Amount of Seed Area Covered
1 oz 150-200 square feet
1 lb 1,000-3,000 square feet
15 lbs One acre, flat terrain
20 lbs One acre, sloping terrain
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ALL PERENNIAL WILDFLOWER MIX– per lb$26.00
CALIFORNIA NON-NATIVE WILDFLOWER MIX — per lb$16.50 per pound
DEER RESISTANT MIX — per lb$19.50
GRANDVIEW NATIVE WILDFLOWER MIX — per lb$27.00 per pound
INSECTARY SEED MIX — per lb$7.95 per pound
PLANTING RATE: 15-25 LBS
NAPA MIX — per lb$21.50 per pound
Pollinator Mix — per lb$23.00
SHADE MIX — per lb$19.95