Northeast Wildflower Mixor

Northeast Wildflower Mixor

Northeast Wildflower Mix

One of the best uses for wildflower mixes is to just plant them, cover them with organic mulch, and watch them thrive in your lawn. See how to create your own wildflower mix.The Northeast Wildflower Seed Mix contains 27 different annual and perennial wildflowers that thrive when planted in the Northeast. Exceptionally easy to grow, this mix brings a dynamic medley of blooms to the landscape throughout the entire summer season, with no gaps in color. Annual wildflowers like Calendula and Cornflower appear quickly in the first year, while perennial varieties like Wild Lupine and Echinacea provide many years of color starting in the second season. Designed for planting in: CT, ME, MA, RI, VT, NH, DE, PA, NY, NJ, MD, WV, QC and the Eastern Provinces, this mix contains only 100% Pure, non-GMO & neonicotinoid-free seeds.


The Northeast Wildflower Seed Mix is a must-have for gardeners in the northeastern United States, from Maine down to Maryland. It contains a total of 25 easy-to-grow annual and perennial favorites that are perfectly suited for the region including Wild Cosmos, Coreopsis, Gloriosa Daisy, Blanketflower and so many more. The mix features 60% annual and 40% perennial wildflowers. The Northeast mix is hard working and will produce a gorgeous display of colorful blooms without needing much of your attention or time. Once you've prepared your soil and sowed the seed, Mother Nature will guide the way! You can expect to receive 100% pure seed with zero fillers. Many of the varieties are pollinators and will attract birds, bees and butterflies to your landscape.

Lightly compress seeds about 1/4 to ½ inch to protect them. Because the Northeast Wildflower Seed Mix contains both annuals and perennials, you’ll get to see blooms in your first season of planting. The annuals will pop, then the perennials will flourish the following season. WHAT TO EXPECT: Perennial varieties usually show limited germination in their first season after planting, but will bloom to their full potential in the following growing season. You may also see some weeds and grasses pop up—these are wildflowers, not roses, so don’t worry when you see some additional sprouts. You’ll care for your meadow by mowing it after the blooming and season is over. Remove any brush left on top, and get ready for your next batch of blooms. WHAT TO EXPECT: This mix was created to include a wide range of varieties that will bloom at different times. It gives you the widest range of color for the longest season. Many of the varieties are pollinators and will attract birds, bees and butterflies. You’ll see yellow, orange, red, purple, and nearly every color. Most wildflowers will bloom in spring and summer, while some varieties will bloom into the fall as well. You can expect thick coverage with amazing results. WHERE TO PLANT: The Northeast Wildflower Seed Mix will thrive in the following northeastern states: Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and West Virginia. (Source: www.amazon.com)



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