Oregon Seed Mix

$18.99

Oregon Wildflower Mix - Premium collection of 20 annuals & perennials

  • Over 60,000 seeds
  • Easy to grow
  • Non-GMO, made in the USA
  • Attracts pollinators
  • Covers over 325 sq. ft.

Enjoy the natural beauty of Oregon wildflowers in your home garden. This wildflower mix is designed for Oregon’s unique growing conditions and includes a variety of multicolored spring and summer blooms.

Our beautiful assortment contains: Columbine, Plains Coreopsis, Blue Flax, Siberian Wallflower, Rocket Larkspur, Scarlet Flax, Shasta Daisy, Sweet William, Lupine, Farewell to Spring, Poppy, Baby Blue Eyes, Clarkia, Blanketflower, Evening Primrose, Chinese Houses, Candytuft, Black Eyed Susan, Lance Coreopsis, Catchfly.

     Seeds are packaged in an 8" x 5" x 3/4" resealable pouch.

    Created by Nature Exclusive


    No filler, just wildflowers – always
    Non-GMO seeds
    Pollinator-friendly
    Grow and maintain with ease
    One-year replacement guarantee
    Free shipping
    Recyclable packaging
    Delivery in 3-5 Business Days
    LIFECYCLE Perennial, Annual, Biennial
    PLANTING SEASON Spring, Fall
    LIGHT REQUIREMENTS Full Sun, Partial Shade
    ZONES 1-10
    BLOOM COLOR Mixed
    BLOOM PERIOD Spring, Summer, Fall
    COVERAGE Over 325 sq. ft.
    FEATURES Attracts Pollinators, Attracts Hummingbirds, Deer Resistant, Drought Tolerant, Easy to Grow

    Oregon Wildflower Seed Mix Varieties

    Genus/Species

    Common Name

    Type

    Height (in)

    Color

    Aquilegia caerulea

    Columbine

    P

    24-36"

    Yellow/Red/Violet/Blue

    Centaurea Cyanus

    Bachelor Button

    A

    24-36"

    Blue/Pink/Red/White

    Cheiranthus allionii

    Siberian Wallflower

    B/P

    10-18"

    Orange

    Chrysanthemum maximum

    Shasta Daisy

    P

    16-30"

    White

    Clarkia amoena

    Farewell To Spring

    A

    12-18"

    Pink/Red

    Clarkia elegans

    Clarkia

    A

    18-30"

    Pink/Lavender

    Collinsia heterophylla

    Chinese houses

    A

    12-24"

    White/Violet

    Coreopsis Ianceolata

    Lance Leaf Coreopsis

    P

    18-36"

    Yellow

    Coreopsis tinctoria

    Plains Coreopsis

    A

    12-36"

    Yellow/Maroon

    Consolida ajacis

    Rocket Larkspur

    A

    12-36"

    White/Pink/Violet/Blue

    Dianthus barbatus

    Sweet William

    P

    12-18"

    Red/Pink/Purple/Violet

    Eschscholtzia californica

    California Poppy

    T/P

    12-18"

    Orange

    Gaillardia

    Blanket Flower

    P

    18-24"

    Red/Yellow

    Gypsophila muralis

    Baby's Breath

    A

    8-18"

    White

    Iberis umbellata

    Candytuft

    A

    12-18"

    White/Pink

    Linaria maroccana

    Spurred Snapdragon

    A

    12-18"

    Pink/Yellow/Violet

    Linum lewisii

    Blue Flax

    P

    18-30"

    Blue

    Linum grandiflorum rubrum

    Scarlet Flax

    A

    12-36"

    Scarlet

    Alyssum martimum

    Sweet Alyssum

    A

    6-12"

    White

    Lupinus albicaulis

    Sickel Keeled Lupine

    B/P

    36-48"

    Blue

    Nemophila menziesii

    Baby Blue eyes

    A

    6-12"

    Sky Blue

    Oenothera elata

    Tall Evening Primrose

    B/P

    24-48"

    Light Yellow

    papaver rhoeas

    Corn Poppy

    A

    24-30"

    White/Pink/Red

    Rudbeckia hirta

    Black Eyed Susan

    A/B/P

    12-36"

    Yellow

    Silene Armeria

    Catchfly

    A/P

    12-24"

    Pink

     

    A = Annual  - 48%

    P = Perennial - 39%

    B = Biannual - 13%

     

    HOW TO PLANT WILDFLOWER SEEDS

    When To Plant

    For Spring planting, it is best to plant within a month after the final frost of the winter season.

    For Fall planting, plant the seeds after the first frost to eliminate any chance of germination. Planting in the Fall gives you a jump start on Spring blooms.


    Where To Plant

    Though many wildflowers do tolerate some shade, and a few actually thrive in it, the vast majority prefer a sunny environment. Wildflowers will generally grow in all but the most difficult conditions.


    How To Plant

    Clear the area and soften the soil as best you can before planting your seeds. For a smaller area, you can hand-broadcast the seeds. For larger areas, we recommend a seed spreader to create a better dispersion of the seeds. After the seeds have been sown, lightly compress the seeds into the soil about 1/4" to protect from birds and wind. Keep the soil moist until germination begins.


    How To Care For Wildflowers

    Although Wildflowers are easy to grow and take care of, there are some steps to keep them looking beautiful. Regularly weed to ensure your wildflowers are getting the nutrients they need. Water your plants during dry spells.

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