Bee Feed Flower Mix
- Annuals and perennials
- Early, late, and mid-blooming flowers
- Beautiful mix of colors
- Flowers provide bee forage all season
- Sows 200 square feet per oz
This very colorful early-, mid-, and late-blooming flower mix benefits pollinators all season long. An extraordinary blend of annual and perennial flowers yields nectar and pollen for wild bees, honey bees, and other pollinators, and is suitable for short-tongued and long-tongued bees. Sow in maintained landscapes such as garden beds, borders, and managed meadows.
- Forget-Me-Not, Chinese - Cynoglossum amabile
- Wallflower, Siberian - Cheiranthus allionii
- Poppy, California, Orange - Eschscholzia californica
- Coneflower, Purple - Echinacea purpurea
- Aster, China, Single Mix - Callistephus chinensis
- Poppy,Corn, Mixed - Papaver rhoeas
- Coreopsis, Lance Leaved - Coreopsis lanceolata
- Flax, Blue - Linum lewisii
- Baby Blue-Eyes - Nemophila menziesii
- Tidy-Tips - Layia platyglossa
- Gilia, Globe - Gilia capitata
- Indian Blanket - Gaillardia pulchella
- Coreopsis, Plains - Coreopsis tinctoria
- Sweet Alyssum, Tall White - Lobularia maritima
- Hyssop, Lavender - Agastache foeniculum
- Daisy, Fleabane - Erigeron annuus
- Aster, New England - Symphyotrichum novae-angliae
- Bergamot - Monarda fistulosa
You may sow the bee feed mix 1 to 2 weeks before your average last frost date. Mix the seed with some sand or sawdust, broadcast the seed, and then go over the area with a rake to work the seed into the soil a little.
This product is best seeded at 6-12 lbs per acre or 5 ounces for 1000 square feet.
Ratings & Reviews
Easy and Beautiful Mix
Beautiful mix! I have raised beds for vegetables and a strip of garden dedicated to herbs. All I was missing was a a pollinator garden! I’m intimidated by flowers so I wanted to give a mix a try. I cleared two spaces (one in full sun & and one with partial sun). Both areas are doing amazing! Such a relief to plant a mix that works well together and provides diverse flowers that bloom at different times. The mixed corn poppies are my favorite. It’s only June now and already visited frequently by bees.