Collection wild flower
Bees are the most predominant pollinators of flowering plants and they play a vital role in healthy ecosystems. Losses of natural food supplies and habitats have resulted in the decline of native bees and other pollinators. This is why we have decided to offer this mixture to supply flowers that provide nectar and pollen for native bees, honeybees, butterflies and other pollinators. A packet of 5 g cover 2.5 m² (25 p²) , the 25 g covers 12.5 m² (125 p²) and the 125 g covers 62.5 m² (625 p²). The mixture consist of Black-Eyed Susan, Blue Wild Indigo, Brown-Eyed Susan, Butterfly Milkweed, Eastern Columbine, Gray Goldenrod, Indian Blanket, Lance-Leaved Coreopsis, Lavender Hyssop, Lemon Mint, New England Aster, Ohio Spiderwort, Partridge Pea, Perennial Lupine, Plains Coreopsis, Purple Coneflower, Showy Tick Trefoil, Spotted Beebalm, White Upland Aster, White Rockcress and Wild Sunflower.
May to September
Prepare the soil as you would for a lawn sowing. Remove all weeds. Choose a sunny location (at least 6 hours of sunlight per day). Mix one part of seeds with 10 to 15 parts of cement sand or of sawdust. If it does not rain, make sure to water everyday for the first two (2) weeks.
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