Knee High Native Wildflower Meadow Blend
At Earthwise Seed Co., we're passionate about promoting sustainable agriculture and restoring native habitats. Our native Knee High Wildflower Meadow Blend is a perfect example of this commitment. This mix of native wildflowers is ideal for creating a beautiful, low-maintenance wildflower garden!
Knee High Wildflower Meadow Blend should be sown any place where the flowers can be left on their own to grow around knee-high over the spring and summer. This diverse mix of annuals and perennials looks wonderful when it is allowed to cover large areas. But it works just as well in containers, producing plants that grow to around 17" tall. Many of the species are deer resistant, which can help fill in areas in coastal gardens. And while you are enjoying the ever-changing colors, you are providing local pollinators and beneficial insects with crucial forage and native habitats.
At Earthwise Seed Co., we're committed to providing high-quality, sustainable seeds that are easy to grow and maintain. With our Knee High Wildflower Meadow Blend, you can create a beautiful and sustainable garden that supports local ecosystems and helps to promote biodiversity.
This blend is best for areas that will be protected from foot traffic, and it will lure hummingbirds, butterflies, bees, and other pollinators to the area. Planted less densely, this blend works just as well in containers and raised beds.
|African Daisy||Dimorphoteca sinuata|
|Baby's Breaath||Gypsophila elegans|
|Black-Eyed Susan||Rudbeckia hirta|
|Blanket Flower||Gaillardia aristata|
|Blue Flax||Linum perenne|
|California Poppy||Eschscholzia californica|
|Chinese Forget-Me-Nots||Cynoglossum amabile|
|Corn Poppy||Papaver rhoeas|
|Dwarf Coneflower||Centaurea cyanus|
|Dwarf Godetia||Clarkia amoena|
|Dwarf Plains Coreopsis||Coreopsis tinctoria|
|Lance-Leaf Coreopsis||Coreopsis lanceolata|
|Moss Verbena||Verbena tenuisecta|
|Rocket Larkspur||Delphinium colsolida|
|Scarlet Flax||Linum grandiflorum rubrum|
|Siberian Wallflower||Cheiranthus allionii|
|Sweet Alyssum||Lobularia maritima|
|Sweet William Pinks||Dianthus barbatus|