WRA043
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  • Backyard Full of Butterflies

Backyard Full of Butterflies

WRA043

A mix of nectar producing and larval-food species. 16 flowers: Bahia Bebbia, Desert Marigold, Desert Senna, Desert Sunflower, Indian Blanket-Flower, Fairy Duster, Brittlebush, Silverbells, Prairie Coneflower, Parry's Agave, Owl's Clover, Bladderpod, Wild Oregano, Dyssodia, Desert Chia, Gooding's Verbena, and 6 grasses: Blue, Sideoats & Rothrock Gramas, Sand Dropseed, Arizona Cottontop, Indian Wheat.

  • $2.00

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diane williamson
Butterfly bliss

Flowers have begun to grow and can’t wait til they are in their full brilliance to attract all the pollinators!!

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Leigh Adams
Habitat Rules!

Planting wildflowers supports pollinators and improves soil quality. The more pollinators you have, the more your fruits get pollinated and the more beauty and life there is in your surrounds. And still…. I always want to plant more!

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Sharon Walker
Growing

Will my seeds bloom this year? I have been watering them, but still no signs any sports.

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Antonia Krueger
Wow! These flowers are beautiful!!!

Gave this seed mix as a present to my parents, and they have been sending me pics of new utterly lovely blooms every few days since early spring. Such a joy! And the bees and butterflies clearly love it all as well!!