Easy to grow Midwest Wildflower Mix Seeds

The best wildflower mix for fresh cut flowers. Some varieties in this mix have very tiny seeds, which will always settle to the bottom of the packet, and larger seeds will be on top, which may be misleading. We promise that the number promised is the amount delivered, plus with extras added by weight to make sure.

Seed  Coverage: 240 seeds per square foot.

Wildflower mixes should be planted in spring, or late fall for the following season. Simply prepare an area by removing all weeds and cultivating the top 2" of soil, spread the seed evenly and gently rake in to a maximum depth of 1/4". Keep the planted area moist, but not saturated, for 2 weeks.

Although this mix will grow anywhere in the continental U.S., the best conditions for this wildflower mix exist in the following states:  IL, IN, IA, eastern KS, KY, MI, MN, MO, eastern NE, OH, WI

 

Midwestern wildflower seed mixture is made up of 19 species chosen for their lasting blooms as well s their rugged ability to withstand the extremes of the Midwestern climates. There are approximately 50% annual and 50% perennial wildflowers in this mix. Under normal condtions, this mix may reach a height of 24-30 inches. This wildflower seed mixture includes approximately the following percentages:

  •  Baby's Breath, Annual
  • Wallflower, Siberian
  • Cornflower, Blue
  • Coreopsis, Lance Leaved
  • Coneflower, Purple
  • Flax, Blue
  • Lupine, Perennial
  • Pinks, Sweet William
  • Larkspur, Rocket
  • Blanketflower
  • Indian Blanket
  • Evening Primrose, Dwarf
  • Catchfly
  • Poppy, Red Corn
  • Coneflower, Clasping
  • Poppy, Corn
  • Coreopsis, Plains
  • Coneflower, Prairie
  • Black-eyed Susan
  • Aster, New England