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Woodland Wildflower Seed Mix

Woodland Wildflower Seed Mix

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Have you always wished you could add some wildflower color to that open woodlands or woodland edge on your property, but could never find a mix that would do that? Well, here it is! We've created this premium native woodland mix of all shade tolerant species that will do well on a woodland edge or open woodlands where some sunlight filters. Wonderful, hard to find woodland species make up this great mix. Not recommended for deep woods. This woodland mix will start blooming late spring through late summer. This mix is all perennials. Hand packed with 100% pure, fresh wildflower seed (non-GMO & neonicotinoid/chemical free) Mix of 12 Perennials with long lasting bloom.

Other Features: Easy to grow but needs patience, adapts to various soil conditions, pollinator friendly, low maintenance, long bloom time, borders, woodland edges, open woodlands, native.

Coverage Rate: 1 lb. covers 2,000 - 4,000 sq ft or 10 lbs. per acre.

Zones: 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9

Light Requirement: Filtered Sunlight to Partial Shade

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What's in the Mix: (Contains 12 Wildflowers)
Botanical Name Common Name Life Cycle Approx. Height & Color
Lobelia cardinalis Cardinal Flower Perennial 3-4 ft. Red
Aster umbrellarus Flat Topped White Aster Perennial 1-2 ft. White
Aster novae-angliae New England Aster Perennial up to 3 ft. Blue
Desmodium canadense Showy Tick Trefoil Perennial 2-4 ft. Purple/Pink
Echinacea purpurea Purple Coneflower Perennail 2-4 ft. Purple
Hypericum pyramidatum Great St. John's Wort Perennial 3-4 ft. Yellow
Lobelia siphilitica Great Blue Lobelia Perennial 2-3 ft. Blue
Mimulus ringens Square-stemmed Monkey Flower Perennial 2-3 ft. Multi
Onoclea sensibilis Sensitive Fern Perennial 2-3 ft. (Foliage)
Tradescantia ohiensis Ohio Spiderwort Perennial 2-3 ft. Blue/Purple
Penstemon digitalis Beardtongue Perennial 2-3 ft. White
Verbena hastata Blue Vervain Perennial 2-3 ft. Blue/Purple

Our suggestion for coverage is as follows:

1 oz. up to 100 sq ft

1/4 lb. covers 250 - 500 sq ft

1/2 lb. covers 500 - 1,000 sq ft

1 lb. covers 1,000 - 2,000 sq ft

5 lbs. covers 5,000 - 10,000 sq ft 10 lbs. covers 10,000 - 20,000 sq ft

30 lbs. covers 30,000 - 1 Acre


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Woodland and Rare Wildflowers

About: Many seeds of woodland and rare wildflowers have built-in dormancy mechanisms which protect them from germinating before killing frosts or in times of drought. In the wild, seeds will lie dormant until they acclimate to their new environment or until the proper conditions for growth occur. To be successful with these types of species and growing them from seed you must realize that each species has a different method of naturally breaking dormancy. Woodland and Rare wildflowers are not instant garden flowers, and many take a great amount of patience before they germinate and bloom. Once they do, they are well worth the wait.

Different Ways Woodland and Rare Species Break Dormancy: Each species is different. Some are relatively quick and act like traditional perennials while others can take a few years. Below, we have outlined different ways these species break dormancy to help you better understand why some take longer than others. It will also help you to better understand why they don't germinate the first or second year – so don't give up on them!

1. – Some species germinate upon sowing in a warm location like any other perennial. They grow and leaf the first year to begin blooming the second and successive years.

2. – Some species need a cold, moist stratification followed by an extended cold period ie. Fall/Winter.

3. – Very small seeds need light to break dormancy so they should be planted no deeper than 1/8th of an inch and just a light layer of soil cover. They shouldn't be allowed to dry out. You can tell the size of your seeds by just looking at them.

4. Some species will need a warm, moist period followed by a cold, moist period and will need 2-4 full years of these alternating conditions to break dormancy.

Planting Information: Seeds needing scarification, nicking or any specialized treatments have been done before shipping to you. Select a planting location with partial shade or shade or filtered light. Prepare the planting bed so that the soil is well draining and rich in humus. The best way to do this is to till the top 12 inches of soil with a garden rake and then mix in several inches of humus, such as compost or peat moss. Plant the seed one inch below the surface of the soil unless you have small seeds which should be planted no deeper than 1/8 inch. Cover with a light layer of soil. Most seeds need to be protected from drying winds and sunlight so cover them quickly. Water well if planting in spring, water lightly if planting in fall.

Fern Spores: Direct sow fern spores on soil surface and pat them down for a good spore to soil contact.

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