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California Seed Mix


Over 54,000 Seeds - Premium collection of 24 annuals & perennials

California Wildflower Seeds...This beautiful wildflower assortment from California includes the California Poppy, Sweet Alyssum, Cornflower, Garland Daisy, Shasta Daisy, Farewell to Spring, Clarkia, Lance Coreopsis, Plains Coreopsis, Chinese Forget Me Not, Larkspur, White Yarrow, Baby's Breath, Snapdragon, Blue Flax, Scarlet Flax, Wild Lupine, Baby Blue Eyes, Evening Primrose, Corn Poppy, California Bluebell, Black Eyed Susan, Catchfly, Siberian Wallflower.

Guaranteed to Grow! - Plant within 2 years

Easy to Grow in all zones. Includes complete planting instructions - Plant in the Spring, Summer or Fall

Covers up to 300 square feet - Organic & Non GMO - Made in the USA - Bag Dimensions: 8" x 5" x 1 1/2"

Helps the environment, the wildflowers require little watering, and they help attract beneficial pollinators such as bees, butterflies, and other important insects.

This collection creates a colorful wildflower garden & makes for a thoughtful gift.

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Michael S.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Good germination

No issues with the seeds, they germinated well and are starting to bloom! I have already reordered more.

Andrea C.
Love this mix.

I love these flowers! I followed the directions on the packet and a few months later this is what I�m looking at in my yard. We have so many bees and butterflies. I bought 2 more packs to plant along our fence line where the ground is so bare. I can�t wait until they grow as well.

Great seeds

Easy to grow

G. Page
Beautiful Flowers!

Easy to grow, beautiful flowers... Very delightful to enjoy.

Nice Mix, Good Coverage

Bought this as a gift to scatter and fill in an area of full sun and low water. Since this is in California�s Central Valley, the species mix had to have both drought and heat resistance. What better than a collection of plants native to the area? A few are better suited to the more temperate regions of the state and quickly die off once spring nudges toward summer, but those are the same ones that germinate in winter around here. All in all, these gave good coverage and a decent germination rate. It seems like a small amount of seeds for the price, but you have to remember that most wildflowers have ridiculously tiny seeds.

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