Mesic Wildflower Mix
- These mixes are designed for reasonably well-drained sites that have moisture available throughout the growing season.
- Mature plants will range from 2 to 6 feet tall. Some will bloom the first year; others will require two or more seasons to become established.
- Best to have moisture available throughout the season
- 23 varieties per packet 0.8 oz (±30,000 seeds)
- Each package contains enough seed to plant 1,000 square feet
We recommend seeding the Mesic Wildflower mix (#1629) along with the Grass mix (#1630) to better maximize prairie diversity and inhibit weed pressure. Best sown in Spring or late Fall.
Varieties are subject to change. SSE reserves the right to substitute a similar variety in case of shortage or crop failure.
- Nodding Onion
- Smooth Blue Aster
- New England Aster
- Canada Milk Vetch
- Partridge Pea
- White Prairie Clover
- Purple Prairie Clover
- Purple Coneflower
- Ox-eye Sunflower
- Round-headed Bush Clover
- Prairie Blazingstar
- Wild Bergamot
- Pale Purple Coneflower
- Foxglove Beardtongue
- Mountain Mint
- Long-headed Coneflower
- Black-eyed Susan
- Rosin Weed
- Stiff Goldenrod
- Blue Vervain
- Golden Alexanders
Confirm the varieties in this mix are safe for your state/region by visiting the USDA National Invasive Species Information Center
Aquatic Plants or Terrestrial Plants
Ratings & Reviews
Plant in late fall or it won't germinate!
None of this seed came up. I planted it in late May. I belong to a Facebook native plant group and they said to get fresh seed and plant right before the first snow this late fall. Apparently it needs a period of cold to germinate so planting in early spring probably wouldn't work, either. I'm disappointed but will try again in November and hope for better luck next spring.
Beautiful flowers, attracts many pollinators
We've really enjoyed this wildflower mix. Planted very early in spring last year. Most seeds germinated, though some didn't flower until the 2nd year. Good range of colors and time of year for the blooms keeps a variety of pollinators and birds in our garden from spring through fall.