Bee Pollinator Meadow Seed Mixture/Wildflower Seeds
Bring back the bees & help end colony collapse disorder. We’ve been losing our bees at an alarming rate & need to reverse the trend. You can help by sowing this attractive, beneficial mix – it’s full of nectar & pollen producing plants bees find irresistible! This seed mix is a balanced blend of self seeding annuals & hardy long lasting perennials; “Bee” part of the solution.
Contains: Self Seeding Annuals: Borage, Corn Poppy, Forget-me-not, Lemon Mint, Mignonette, Partridge Pea. Hardy Perennials: New England Aster, Black Eyed Susan, Butterfly Wee, Eastern Columbine, Perennial Gaillardia, Lance Leaf Coreopsis, Perennial Lupines, Purple Coneflower, White Clover, Wild Bergamot.
Sow: Plant through early May to Mid June or Mid September to late October. Plant in well drained loose soil. Loosen soil to 1” depth. Spread the seeds & let Mother Nature do the rest. Irrigate through the first growing season as needed.