Wildflower Mixes

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Annual Mix
Plants Of The Southwest

Annual Mix

$ 10.00

Brilliant color throughout the entire season.  These annuals are easy to grow and begin their long blooming cycle 6 weeks from sowing.  In mild winter climates, sow in fall; in colder climates, sow in spring after danger of frost.  Bachelor Buttons, Flander's Poppy, California Poppy, Scarlet Flax, Plains Coreopsis, Mexican Gold Poppy, Rocket Larkspur, California Bluebells, Pastel Poppy, Farewell-to-Spring, Blanketflower, Cosmos, and others.

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High Desert Mix Quick shop
High Desert Mix
Plants of the Southwest

High Desert Mix

$ 10.00

Make the desert bloom spring through fall.The High Desert (3,000-6,000 ft.) has hot, dry summers & cold winters, often with strong, dry winds & 5-18 in. of rainfall per year (China Lake, Prescott, Albuquerque, Las Vegas). Purple Aster, Desert Marigold, Rocky Mt. Beeplant, Plains Coreopsis, Broom Dalea, Mexican Gold Poppy, Firewheel, Blanketflower, Blue Flax, Desert Four O'Clock, Mexican Evening Primrose, Sand Penstemon, Pink Wild Snapdragon, California Bluebells, Mexican Hat and Yellow Prairie Coneflower. Height 2-3 ft.

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High Plains Mix Quick shop
High Plains Mix
Plants of the Southwest

High Plains Mix

$ 10.00

The High Plains flowers are caught like jewels in swales, on ridgelines, next to a low tree or rocky place. Or they burst up in multitudes after rains come. This mix belongs in Flagstaff, Denver, Santa Fe & great stretches of land from 4,000-8,000 ft., with 15 in. (± 6") annual precipitation. Spotted Gayfeather, Lanceleaf Coreopsis, Plains Coreopsis, California Poppy, Firewheel, Skyrocket, Western Blue Flag, Blue Flax, Desert 4 O'Clock, Pink Wild Snapdragon, Rocky Mt. Penstemon, Mexican Hat, Yellow Prairie Coneflower, Chocolate Flower, and Rocky Mountain Beeplant. To 2+ ft., wonderful color all season. Ounce (400 sq. ft.)

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Low Desert Mix Quick shop
Low Desert Mix
Plants Of The Southwest

Low Desert Mix

$ 10.00

Spectacular annuals and perennials of warm Southwest areas.  In Los Angeles and mild winter areas sow in fall; in El Paso and colder winter areas sow in spring.  Rain is a key factor in bloom time but gives wonderful color all season.  California Poppy, Lindley's Blazing Star, California Bluebells, Pink Wild Snapdragon, Desert Marigold, Mexican Evening Primrose, Succulent Lupine, Arizona Poppy, Pale Evening Primrose, Owl's Clover, and Mexican Gold Poppy.

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Mountain Meadow-Shady Mix
Plants of the Southwest

Mountain Meadow-Shady Mix

$ 10.00

Meadow flowers from the cool, moist coniferous forests of the West. Grows in the Rocky Mountains at high elevations or in lower elevations in shaded sites where the soil is rich & moist. Heights to 3 ft. Mix contains: Rocky Mountain Columbine, Blue Flax, Lanceleaf Coreopsis, Skyrocket, Rocky Mountain Penstemon, Black-Eyed Susan, Mexican Hat, Yellow Prairie Coneflower, Western Blue Flag, Purple Coneflower, Mountain Lupine, Beebalm, Pineleaf Penstemon, Spike Verbena, and Scarlet Gilia. 

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Texas Prairie Mix
Plants of the Southwest

Texas Prairie Mix

$ 10.00

Festivals throughout Texas celebrate the color and beauty of their roadside wildflowers. Here are some of Texas' loveliest: Blanketflower, Texas Bluebonnet, Lemon Mint, Mexican Hat, Yellow Prairie Coneflower, Spiked Gayfeather, Plains Coreopsis, Lanceleaf Coreopsis, California Poppy, Black Eyed Susan, and Skyrocket. Sea level to 4,000 ft.; 10 to over 100 deg. F.!

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