Themed Mixes

Themed Mixes

Look through these themed wildflower mixes. You are sure to find something that will grow beautiful in your backyard or small farm!

The Shade Flower Blend is a beautiful, colorful mixture of annual and perennial wildflowers that will tolerates partial shade well. This blend works best in locations that receive strong, filtered sunlight or 1-4 hours of direct sun per day. The Shade Flower Blend is not suitable for densely shaded locations.

Well suited wildflower for areas with moist soils. This annual and perennial mixture is suitable for residential and commercial landscaping. It was formulated for areas that receive over 30 inches of rainfall or irrigation annually. It will not prosper in very moist, saturated or wet soils. This mix should be planted at 11-22 pounds per acre or 8 ounces per 1,000 sq.ft.

Turns your backyard into a colorful bird sanctuary. This colorful, well-balanced mix produces colorful blooms throughout the growing season. When the blossoms fade, substantial seed heads remain to attract popular songbirds including finches, grosbeaks, cardinals, and many more. This mix should be planted at 13-26 lbs. per acre. For smaller areas use 10 oz. per 1,000 sq.ft.

The Red White & Blue is an annual and perennial wildflower mixture that is a blend of patriotic flower colors and our most popular color-themed mixture! This mix should be planted at 6-12 pounds per acre or 5 ounces per 1,000 sq.ft.

The Detention Basin Mix is composed of tenacious species that can tolerate areas that are flooded periodically by water. This mix should be planted at 35 pounds per acre or 13 ounces per 1,000 sq.ft.

A beautiful mix for old fashioned cottages. This annual and perennial mixture is composed of old-fashioned and antique varieties. Bring back the past with these favorite plants of yesteryear’s gardeners. This mix should be planted at 7-14 lbs. per acre. For smaller areas use 5 oz. per 1,000 sq.ft.

The Deer Resistant Blend is a beautiful mixture of annual and perennial wildflowers that are 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. This mix should be planted at 5-10 pounds per acre or 4 ounces per 1,000 sq.ft.

This mixture is composed of long-lasting cut flowers. Nothing brightens up a room like a vase of fresh flowers. Mix contains both annuals and perennials to provide cut flowers for many years to come. This mix should be planted at 10-20 lbs. per acre. For smaller areas use 8 oz. per 1,000 sq.ft.

This mixture contains a wide variety of colors and textures and is suitable for fresh cut flowers as well as dried flowers. Flowers that are cut and dried can be used in winter bouquets when fresh flowers are no longer available. Many species have stiff, papery petals or bracts while still attached to the living plant. To dry flowers, cut stems and tie together. Hang upside down in a dark, well-ventilated room for 3-5 weeks. Money Plant is cut and dried when seed pods are fully developed. This mix should be planted at 14-28 pounds per acre or 10 ounces per 1,000 sq.ft.

Enjoy the beautiful smells of this fragrant garden mix. This annual and perennial mixture is a blend of colorful flowers that provide lovely fragrances all season long. Included in this mix are flowers with sweet floral, carnation, citrus, lavender, lemon and tangy pungent scents. This mix should be planted at 6-12 pounds per acre or 5 ounces per 1,000 sq.ft.

Planting a prairie recreates a piece of our natural heritage and can provide habitat for beneficial insects and wildlife. This mix of tall prairie flowers can be planted alone or with our Tallgrass Mixture. It is best for moderate to moister sites, and the height ranges from 24 to 96 inches. This mix should be planted at 10-20 pounds per acre or 8 ounces per 1,000 sq.ft.

The Dry Area Blend is a great wildflower mix of annual and perennials that is suitable for dry, residential and commercial landscaping. This mix was formulated for areas that receive 10 to 30 inches of precipitation annually, or for sites with very well-draining soils. This mix should be planted at 5-10 pounds per acre or 4 ounces per 1,000 sq.ft.