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Best Ever Red Lodge Mix
Bee Feed Mix
Native Montana Mix
Fragrant Mix
Deer Resistant Mix
Cutflowers Mix
Beneficial Bug Mix
Alternative Lawn Mix
Moist Mix
Shade Mix
Super Short Mix
Short Prairie Flower & Grass Mix
Tall Prairie Flower & Grass Mix
Eastern Xeriscape Mix
Western Xeriscape Mix
Midwest Mix
Mountain Mix
Northeast Mix
Northwest Mix
Southeast Mix
Southwest Mix
Texas/Oklahoma Mix
Western Mix
High Plains Native Mix
Intermountain Native Mix
Native Perennial Mix
Annuals for Sun
Bird&Butterfly Mix
Dry Mix
Rainbow Mix
Knee High Mix
Low Growing Mix
Individual Flower Species
herb species
Gulf Coast/Caribbean Mix
Detention Basin MIx
ColorScape Mix
Wet Meadow
Sunburst Ground-Cover Mix
Grass Species

 

 

WILDFLOWER MIX and GRASS SEED  and HERB PRODUCT LISTING
 
Note - Value Mixes are included at the bottom of each product page for only the following mixes;  Midwest Mix, Northeast Mix, Northwest Mix, Southeast Mix, Southwest Mix, Mountain Mix, Western Mix, and Texas Oklahoma Mix

 

Best Ever Red Lodge Mix
The Red Lodge Mix will grow in most regions, except coastal and desert areas.  The mix is designed to withstand extreme temperatures, and is deer resistant!

Moist Mix
This mix requires over 30 inches of annual precipitation, and grows well in the Eastern U.S., Canada, Intermountain U.S. and Alaska.

Shade Mix
This mixture requires strong, filtered sunlight or 1-4 hours of direct sun per day.  Will grow in all regions.

Super Short Mix
This mix is less than 10 inches high and is useful where a colorful carpet-like appearance is desired.

Short Prairie Flower & Grass Mix
This mix of short prairie flowers and grasses  is ideal for re-creating a low-growing prairie  Best for moderate to drier sites. Flower and grass seed are bagged separately.  Height is 12-36 inches.

Tall Prairie Flower & Grass Mix
A mix of flowers and grasses from the Tall grass Prairie region.  Best for Moderate to moister sites. Height 24-96 inches..

Eastern Xeriscape Mix
This mix of native wildflowers is for areas in the Eastern U.S. and Canada below 7000' in elevation, and where water conservation is desired is for sites.

Western Xeriscape Mix
This mix of native wildflowers is for areas in the Western U.S. and Canada below 7000' in elevation, and where water conservation is desired is for sites.

Midwest Mix
The Midwest mix is available with either native (native to that specific region) or native +  nonnative wildflowers that flourish in the Midwestern Region of the U.S. & Canada.

Mountain Mix
The Mountain mix is another of our regional mixes that is available with either native (native to that specific region) or native + nonnative species that provide beautiful colors throughout the growing season.  This mix works wonderfully in the mountains from New Mexico to Alaska.
Northeast Mix
This regional mix is available in both the native (native to that specific region) or native +  nonnative wildflowers for the Eastern U.S. and Canada.

Northwest Mix
The Northwest mix is available in both the native (native to that specific region) or native +  nonnative wildflowers for the Northwest U.S. and Canada for elevations below 7000 feet.

Southeast Mix
The Southeast mix is available in both the native (native to that specific region) or native +  nonnative wildflowers for all states in that region with exception to the lower third of Florida.

Southwest Mix
This regional desert mix is designed for elevations below 7000 feet, and available in both the native (native to that specific region) or native +  nonnative wildflowers.

Texas / Oklahoma Mix
This regional mix is available in both the native (native to that specific region) or native +  nonnative wildflowers.

Western Mix
The western mix is for the interior of our Western U.S., with elevations below 7000 feet.

High Plains Native Mix
This native mix was designed for the high plains of the central U.S., with elevations below 7000 feet.

Intermountain Native Mix
The intermountain mix contains native species for elevations below 7000 feet in that region.

Native Perennial Mix
This mixture provides a long-lasting perennial planting filled with a colorful assortment of American natives.  For use across the U.S. except southern Florida and extreme southern Texas.

Annuals for Sun Mix
This mixture is useful for reseeding purposes where an ongoing annual display is important, or for temporary wildflower planting.

Bird & Butterfly Mix
This choice mix provides seeds and nectar to songbirds, hummingbirds, and butterflies.

Dry Mix
This mix does well in areas of the west with annual rainfall of 10 to 30 inches.

Rainbow Mix
This annual mix provides an everlasting rainbow of colors throughout the season.

Knee High Mix
This mix is less than 24 inches high and provides a neater appearance than taller mixes.  Good for residential or commercial landscaping where height is a factor.

Low Growing Mix
This mix provides a manicured appearance, and is less than 16 inches high.

Individual Wildflower Species   
Individual species are available by the pound or ounce, custom amounts are available by special order request only, by phone or email.

ColorScape Mix
This spectacular mix blooms in a wide variety of flower colors, shapes and sizes.

Sunburst Ground Cover Mix
Varieties in this mix have a spreading or mounding growth form which creates an even, 12 in. tall carpet of brilliant flowers and sunny hues.

Gulf Coast/Caribbean Mix
Perfect for the Southern most areas along the U.S. gulf coast.

Detention Basin Mix
For Eastern U.S. wetlands only.

Wet Meadow Mix
For wet meadows in Eastern U.S. only.
Cut Flower Mix
This mixture is a colorful blend of both annuals and perennials which make excellent, long-lasting cut flowers.
Alternative Lawn Mix
This mixture can be used as a flowering lawn or low growing ground cover.  It is composed of fine fescue, flowers  and clovers and provides a colorful and diverse alternative to grass lawns.
Beneficial Bug Mix
  •     This mixture attracts beneficial bugs to the garden.  Beneficial bugs include lacewings, lady bugs, hover flies, and parasitic wasps, which help        
  •      destroy harmful pests such as aphids, thrips, and mites.
  • Deer Resistant Mix
  •     This mixture is a blend of plants known to be resistant to deer browsing.  Keep in mind that if natural food supplies are low, or local populations of deer       are dense, even these plants may be browsed by deer.
  • Fragrant Mix
  •     This mixture is a blend of colorful annuals and perennials which provide lovely, fragrances all season long.
  • Native Colorado-Montana Mix
  •     This mixture is a decorative blend of species that are native to the mountains and plains of Montana and Colorado.
  • Bee Feed Mix
  •     This mixture is a blend of annual and perennial flowers that provide nectar and pollen to native bees, honey bees, and other pollinators.
  • Grass Species and Mixes
    Individual grass species minimum order is one pound .  Regional native grass mixtures are also available with a one pound minimum order.
    Herbs
    Individual culinary herb seeds are available in pound, and on the sale page in 3-5 grams. 
     

     

     

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    Last modified: 02/27/10