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Southeast Wildflower Mix

Wildflowers for cold hardiness zones 7 through 9b, including parts or all of each of these states: AL, AR, Northern FL, GA, LA, MS, NC, Eastern OK, TN, extreme Eastern TX and SC. This is a quality, 100% seed mix. This mix is for the serious wildflower fanatic. Bring in the butterflies, birds and bees with this diverese mixture of choice flowers! Compare the cultivars of flowers in this mix with other regional mixes, and you will see the difference.

Some seeds in this mix are very small, numbering in the millions/lb. Please be aware that small seeds will settle to the bottom of the packet.

Wildflower mixes should be planted in spring, or late fall for the following season.

440,000 seeds/lb. 450,000 seeds covers 2000 square ft. 5LB will cover 10,000 -12,000 ft^2, or about 1/5 acre.

This wildflower seed mixture is specially blended to meet the needs of the states listed. A beautiful mixture of annuals and perennials to give you a colorful display for years to come. This wildflower seed mix includes:
Baby's Breath, Annual
Wallflower, Siberian
Flax, Scarlet
Cosmos, Sensation Mix
Coreopsis, Lance Leaved
Cosmos, Sulphur Bright Lights
Coneflower, Purple
Lupine, Perennial
Mallow, Tree
Daisy, Shasta
Larkspur, Rocket
Indian Blanket
Phlox, Annual Mix
Poppy, Red Corn
Sage, Scarlet
Coneflower, Clasping
Verbena, Moss
Coreopsis, Plains
Sweet Alyssum, Tall White
Evening Primrose, Dwarf
Black-eyed Susan

Proper site preparation is important for prompt germination of seed and healthy growth of seedlings. Best results will be obtained by planting on cleared ground. Remove existing vegetation to avoid competition from other plants. This may be done by pulling, tilling under, spraying with a general herbicide, or by a combination of these methods, depending upon the size of the area, type and density of vegetation and other factors. Loosen soil by scraping, tilling or scarifying. Tilling should be utilized only when soil is very compacted and further weed control measures can be taken. Specific recommendations are given under the heading, Weed Control.

Method of application depends on the size of the area and the terrain. On small areas, broadcast seeds evenly either by hand or by use of a drop or cyclone spreader. It is helpful to mix a carrier such as clean, dry sand with the seed; sand adds volume and aids in even distribution. We recommend using a ratio of 1 or 2 parts sand to 1 part seed. Rake in lightly, covering seeds to a maximum depth of 2-3 times their thickness. Or drag the area lightly with a piece of chain link fence to mix the seed into the surface of the soil. For seeding large areas, i.e., over one acre, specially designed drills are most effective. Drill to a maximum of 1/4 inch and firm soil with a cultipacker; this maximizes seed/soil contact.