Dryland wildflower seed mix.

Dryland Wild Flower Seed Mix

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Dryland Wild Flowers

Dryland Wildflower Seeds - Dryland wild flower seed mixture is made up of 24 individual species. These wildflowers are designed to flourish in the drier climates or areas that do not get moisture on a regular basis. The mix is made up of 50% annuals and 50% biennials/perennials to give a wide variety of colorful flowers for the first season as well as following years. The wildflower bed will reach a height of 36-48 inches tall under normal conditions.

Wild flower seed mixture includes (percentages are rounded):

  • 17.0% Baby's Breath, Annual
  • 13.0% Wallflower, Siberian
  • 9.0% Flax, Blue
  • 8.0% Cornflower
  • 8.0% Poppy, California
  • 8.0% Coneflower, Purple
  • 4.0% Daisy, Shasta
  • 4.0% Pinks, Sweet William
  • 4.0% Blanketflower
  • 4.0% Indian Blanket
  • 3.0% Poppy, Corn, Mixed
  • 3.0% Penstemon, Rocky Mountain
  • 2.0% Daisy, African
  • 2.0% Daisy, African Stick
  • 2.0% Snapdragon, Tall Spurred
  • 2.0% Coneflower, Prairie
  • 1.5% Catchfly
  • 1.5% Vervain, Hoary
  • 1.0% Daisy, Gloriosa
  • 1.0% Black-Eyed Susan
  • 1.0% Alyssum, Sweet
  • 1.0% Coreopsis, Plains

Seeding rate: 5 - 10 pounds per acre or 3/4 - 1 1/4 pounds per 5,000 square feet.
Question: Why such a broad range on the seeding rate?
Answer: Wild flower seed planting applications vary tremendously from the back yard flower bed to the 5 acre meadow. Various seeding rates are needed depending on the type of application you are considering. For your specific application use this for your guideline:

  • For a meadow look with scattered wildflowers using the lower end of the seeding rate
  • For an average display with good coverage use the middle range of the seeding rate
  • For a lush stand with almost solid wildflowers choose the upper end of the seeding rate