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Bird & Butterfly Mix

  • NSC039
  • From the "Native Seed Company" this blend is especially attractive to native pollinators. For use anywhere in your landscape including as a garden border to attract pollinators. Best planting times are September through March. 1 oz seed and 3 oz of organic spreading agent. Covers approximately 200 square feet.

    Includes Lupine (10%), California Poppy (15%), Cosmos (20%), Coreopsis (15%), Purple Coneflower (10%), Scarlet Sage (5%), Desert Marigold (5%), Sweet Alyssum (7%), Four O'Clock 10%, Penstemon (3%)

  • $13.50

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Christian Stephens

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Kenneth Payton
Update! Very Pleased

After my germination issues reported here, I am very happy to report that I have been sent a fresh bag AND an additional bag of their Summer Bloom, Arizona Wildflower Mix! Gonna plant them both in a vineyard to encourage biodiversity. Great thanks to the Native Seed Company team! Cheers.

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Kenneth Payton
Disappointed

I use wildflowers for planting in a wine grape vineyard I manage. The idea is to encourage beneficial insects to visit and to confuse pests. Companion planting is a technique I have always used in every garden I have worked. Well, for reasons unknown to me, I have had zero success with your mixture. Watering every other day, I have observe no sprouts. Quite confusing! Is it possible that there was an error in the packaging? Have you ever received a report of this kind? The vineyard is very near the Mexican/American border, just south of Bisbee, Arizona. Elevation is roughly 5,500'. Indeed, I received this email May 10th. I thought to give the seeds one last day. Out this morning, May 11th, still nothing. I very much respect the work of Native Seeds Search, but this turn of events is discouraging. Cheers, Ken Payton

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M Yturralde
The results made me so happy!

I love the beauty & hardiness of the Bird & Butterfly Mix plants, & the opportunities their blooms offer pollinators.

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Patrick Price

Was a gift. They got lots of glowers.