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Washington Seed Mix


Over 60,000 Seeds - Premium collection of 25 annuals & perennials

Washington Wildflower Seeds... A tapestry of nature's most beautiful wildflowers blooming throughout the Spring and Summer. This stunning wildflower assortment from Washington includes the Columbine, Bachelor Button, Siberian Wallflower, Shasta Daisy, Farewell to Spring, Clarkia, Chinese Houses, Lance Coreopsis, Plains Coreopsis, Rocket Larkspur, Sweet William, Poppy, Blanketflower, Candy Tuft, Snapdragon, Catchfly, Blue Flax, Scarlet Flax, Sweet Alyssum, Lupine, Baby Blue Eyes, Evening Primrose, Shirley Poppy, and Black Eyed Susan.

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: height 8" width 5" depth 1.75"

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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Easy to use.

Easy to use. I mixed mine with some sand and tossed it on prepared ground and I�m watching everything sprout up nicely.

Easy to Grow

These were easy to grow and very pretty. They are still blooming into October. I will be ordering more next Spring.

Easy to follow, lots of seed!

This is a LOT of seed! Will update my review when they come up! I followed the easy instructions on the package and am now waiting for the blooms!

Great Assortment

Love the assortment of flowers that are in the bag. Haven't had a chance to plant them yet since it's past the season, but I can't wait to see what comes up in the spring.


I�m an idiot and threw these seeds in comically small 4-inch pots thinking most of the seeds wouldn�t take. I was wrong. Even in poor, cramped conditions, plants are thriving and a foot tall after a month or so. Buds are starting to form. Zero grass.

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