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  • Desert Tortoise Mix
  • Plant seeds to help feed desert tortoises with this blend of sonoran desert flowers.

Desert Tortoise Mix

WF009A

A mix of Southwest native wildflowers favored as food by desert tortoises. Varieties are fast growing and can tolerate munching abuse. This mix is great for any garden!

Mix includes 8 species including Desert Marigold, Mexican and/or White Evening Primrose, Globemallow, Summer Poppy, Parry's and Palmer's Penstemons, Desert Senna, and Desert Lupine.

Available in two sizes: Small (1.5 g and covers approximately 30 sq. feet), and Large (0.5 oz and covers approximately 100-200 sq. feet).

  • Limit 3 packets.
  • $3.00

Customer Reviews

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I got all Duds.

I prepped and pre-fertilized my soil like I always do when planting tortoise mix. Watered each day. Waited. Waited. Waited some more. And after 3 weeks had some thin random scattering of 1/4" tall micro greens. I think that was already in my soil anyway. So, I re-tilled the whole area and planted some organic barley rye wheat seed mix from Amazon. Less than two weeks later I moved my tortoise into a lush grassy area. Sorry Native seeds. Something went wrong with your seed storage. These were DOA.

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Frankie De La Parra
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Unfortunately, the seeds did not grow/sprout.

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Julio Acosta
Desert Tortoise seeds

I love these seeds! More importantly my tortoise loves them!

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cynthia butler
Tortoise native seed mix

I have not yet sowed the seeds but I am very excited to have the seeds and to get them growing come spring. The seeds came in good time and look viable.I have also purchased other seeds and they have grown fabulously.

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Amy Smiecinski
Desert Tortoise Mix

I haven't planted the seeds yet. I have to wait until they are in brumation or the resulting seedlings will be eaten before the plant has a chance to mature. I have bought them before though and the tortoises like the plants.