Beneficial Insect Mix


1 piece in stock.

7 grams loosely seeds about 50 square ft

This mix is designed to attract and create a habitat for beneficial insects so that they can help control the bad ones. It contains flowering clovers, flowers and some grasses that are attractive to predatory insects.
Plant species are selected for this mix that attracts specific predators, like ladybugs, and lacewings that eat aphids. The mix is also designed so that the plants flower at different intervals to help increase the amount of time that the mix is actively attracting beneficial insects. This mix is untreated and is not made up of any GMO varieties. The clovers are coated with an OMRI listed coating.
Mix includes, White clover, Trefoil, Red Clover, Crimson Clover, Creeping Red Fescue, Hard Fescue, Subterranean Clovers, Persian Clover, Cal Poppy, Baby's Breath, Bachelor Buttons, Alyssum, Yarrow, and Phacelia.
The following is the general mix of seed included. The more seed you purchase, the closer the accuracy of the following percentages.
6% White clover
26% Trefoil
10% Red Clover
10% Crimson Clover
5% Creeping Red Fescue
5% Hard Fescue
27% Subterranean Clovers
5% Persian Clover
1% Cal Poppy
2% Baby's Breath
2% Bachelor Buttons
.50% Alyssum
.25% Yarrow
.25% Phacelia

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