Many wildflowers and grasses gain enhanced germination from several months of cold condtions. Since many people do not want to take the time or effort to artificially treat the seeds for a spring planting, we came up with a wildflower seed mix that does not need any pretreatment! This spring mix is especially for dry, sandy areas. If you would like to take a more detailed look at this wildflower seed mix in chart format, click here.
This Mix Contains 30 Species of Wildflowers & 6 Grasses
Prairie Onion, Lead Plant, Thimbleweed, Prairie Sage, Common Milkweed, Butterfly Weed, Rice Button Aster, White Wild Indigo, Cream Wild Indigo, Yellow Wild Indigo, Harebell, Partridge Pea, Sand Coreopsis, Sessile-leaf Tick Trefoil, Purple Coneflower, Tennessee Coneflower, Tall Sunflower, Prairie Alumroot, Round-Headed Bush Clover, Button Blazing Star, Wild Lupine, Spotted Bee Balm, Common Evening Primrose, French Grass, Long-Headed Coneflower, Yellow Coneflower, Pasture Rose, Black-Eyed Susan, Ohio Spiderwort, Culver's Root, Little Bluestem, Side-Oats Grama, Plains Oval Sedge, Upland Wild Timothy, Switch Grass, Rough Dropseed.