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Great Lakes Seed Mix

$17.99

Over 40,000 Seeds - Premium collection of 19 annuals & perennials

Great Lakes Wildflower Seeds... A tapestry of nature's most beautiful wildflowers blooming throughout the Spring and Summer. This stunning wildflower assortment from the Great Lakes includes the New England Aster, Cornflower, Siberian Wallflower, Lance Coreopsis, Plains Coreopsis, Larkspur, Sweet William, Purple Coneflower, Blanketflower, Gaillardia, Baby's Breath, Blue Flax, Catchfly, Wild Lupine, Evening Primrose, Corn Poppy, Prairie Coneflower, Black Eyed Susan, and Clasping Coneflower.

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 350 square feet - Organic & Non GMO - Made in the USA - Bag Dimensions: height 8" width 5" depth 1.5"

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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AV
09/19/2020
ann v.
Great Choice!

I decided to skip the big box stores this spring and planted seeds instead. It was the best decision ever. Flowers are still blooming!

CC
09/11/2020
Carol C.
Good variety and value

I bought these seeds as a gift for my daughter who is turning her back yard into a meadow. She will scatter them in the spring. Everything else�variety, instructions and service are great

J
08/23/2020
Jim
Easy

I simply spread and raked in. Great results

MM
09/18/2020
Minnesota M.
Easy, selected to grow in specific regions.

The seeds are covered in some material and look like small donut holes. All you have to do is poke them into the dirt. We didn't even water. We THINK most of the flowers came up, but we planted in a pasture and any new plants have to contend with deer, moles and rabbits. These seeds are pretty foolproof. They are spendy compared to just buying plain seed.

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B
06/18/2021
Brendan
United States United States
Non natives

Baby's breath is an invasive species to Michigan and the great lakes area it is native to Europe not north America

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