Stock's Pollinator Mix
Season Long Blooms!
Purchase Stock's Pollinator Mix
|Height Range:||24 - 48 inches|
|Seeding Rate:||1 oz/150 sq ft or 1 lb/3,500 sq ft (Broadcast), 10 lbs/ac (Drilled)|
|Colors:||Blue Orange Pink Purple Red White Yellow|
|Growing Season:||January - September|
40 All Native Wildflowers!!
Stock Seed Farms has put together this irresistible mixture with annual and perennial wildflowers for use in creating pollinator habitat. One key to providing good pollinator habitat is to make sure there are blooms from early spring all the way through late fall. This mixture will produce diverse colors and flower shapes making it attractive to many species of pollinators. Another recommendation is to plant this mixture close to flowering trees and/or native grasses to provide additional blooms, nesting sites, and shelter. Our Prairie 7 or Prairie 3 Plus prairie grass mixtures work well for that purpose.
Seed this mixture in mid spring. The annual wildflowers, and many perennials will bloom the first year with increased blooms the second and third year as perennials establish themselves.
For even greater diversity and forage quality for pollinators, add some White or Yellow Sweet Clover, Red Clover, or Alfalfa.
Species included: Blackeyed Susan*, Blanketflower, Blue Vervain, Blue Wild Indigo, Butterfly Milkweed, Canada Milkvetch, Clasping Coneflower*, Common Milkweed, False Sunflower, Golden Alexander, Grayhead Coneflower, Illinois Bundleflower, Indian Blanket*, Leadplant, Lemon Mint*, Mexican Red Hat, New England Aster, New Jersey Tea, Pale Purple Coneflower, Perennial Lupine, Plains Coreopsis*, Prairie Aster, Prairie Cinquefoil, Purple Coneflower, Purple Prairieclover, Rattlesnake Master, Rocky Mountain Bee Plant*, Rough Blazing Star, Roundhead Lespedeza, Shell Leaf Beardtongue, Showy Partridge Pea*, Showy Tick Trefoil, Smooth Blue Aster, Smooth Penstemon, Stiff Goldenrod, Thickspike Gayfeather, Upright Coneflower, White Prairie Clover, White Wild Indigo, Wild Bergamot
Note: This mix contains approximately 356,000 seeds per lb.