California Native Wildflower Mixture Seed Pack
California Native Wildflower Mixture Seeds
Sow seeds by hand. Scatter the seeds and lightly rake after the seeds have been scattered. You can also mix the seeds with sand and scatter the seeds. Keep the soil moist after scattering seeds.
Apply adequate moisture to germinate seeds. Water three to four times daily depending upon seasonal conditions. It is imperative that the seed bed be kept moist all day during germination. Avoid excessive watering which can cause puddling.
Wildflower seeds in packet:
Achillea millefolium (Common Yarrow), Clarkia amoena (Farewell to Spring or Godetia) , Collinsia heterophylla (Purple Chinese Houses), Eschscholzia californica (Poppy), Gilia capitata (Bluehead Gilia), Gilia tricolor (Birdseye Gila), Layia platyglossa (Common Tidytips), Lupinus densiflorus (Golden Lupine), Lupinus succulentus (hollowleaf annual lupine, arroyo lupine), Nemophila maculata (Fivespot), Nemophila menziesii (Baby Blue Eyes), Phacelia campanularia (Desert bells, Desert bluebells, Desertbells), Sisyrinchium bellum (Californian blue-eyed grass)
- Plant in full sun
- Plants do well in average garden soils and tolerate poor soils as long as drainage is good
- Moist to dry soil
- Drought tolerant
- Attracts butterflies
-Easy to grow