Pollinator Mix - Cut Flowers
Cut Flower Mix
Packet contains 2 grams, and sows 25 square feet
This colorful wildflower mix makes great cut flowers for all occasions, and provides forage for native pollinators.
Aster, Pot Marigold, Bachelor Button, Polka Dot mix, Godetia, Clarkia, Plains Coreopsis, Cosmos, Dwarf Sensation, Chinese Forget Me Not, Larkspur, African Daisy, Mission Bells poppy, Annual Gaillardia, Baby's Breath, Sunflower, Strawflower mix, Candytuft, Tree Mallow, Alyssum, Evening Primrose, Shirley Poppy, California Bluebells, Black-Eyed Susan, Catchfly, Marigold, and Zinnia.
Scatter seeds in a weed-free and tilled ground in fall or early spring. Run the back of a rake over sown area to gently press seeds into the soil down to 1/8" deep. Cover the area with straw to discourage birds from eating the seeds. Keep the soil moist until seedlings are established, about 4-6 weeks, longer for species that require cold temperatures to germinate.