Midwest Native Wildflower Mix
Our Midwest Native Wildflower Mix is the perfect choice for those who want to create a beautiful and vibrant natural lawn without any maintenance. Packed with a wide variety of native wildflowers, this mix is designed to thrive in the Midwestern region of the United States. Help restore the native habitat.
Not only does this mix offer a stunning and colorful display, but it also provides numerous benefits for pollinators. The native wildflowers in this mix are a source of nectar and pollen for bees, butterflies, and other important pollinators, helping to support and sustain their populations.
Our native wildflower mixes are not only beautiful but also incredibly easy to maintain. They require little watering or mowing, which means you can spend more time enjoying your yard and less time maintaining it. And the best part? Our wildflower mixes can be combined with our other seeds, like clover and EcoSeed, to create the ultimate native, no-maintenance yard.
We take pride in our commitment to sustainability, and our Midwest Native Wildflower Mix is no exception. It comes in a recyclable aluminum bag, so you can feel good about making an eco-friendly choice for your lawn. Try our Midwest Native Wildflower Mix today and take the first step towards creating a beautiful and sustainable lawn.
This mix works well in the same areas where moss can thrive.
- Flax, Blue Linum perenne
- Clover, Crimson Trifolium incarnatum
- Candytuft, Annual Iberis umbellata
- Larkspur, Rocket 'Imperial Mix' Delphinium consolida, Mixed
- Baby's Breath, Annual Gypsophila elegans
- Cornflower, Tall Blue Centaurea cyanus, Tall Blue
- Coreopsis, Lance Leaved Coreopsis lanceolata
- Coneflower, Purple Echinacea purpurea
- Blanketflower Gaillardia aristata
- Gayfeather Liatris spicata
- Evening Primrose, Dwarf Oenothera macrocarpa
- Pinks, Sweet William Dianthus barbatus
- Daisy, Shasta, 'Alaska' Chrysanthemum maximum 'Alaska'
- Columbine, Dwarf Aquilegia vulgaris
- Clarkia Clarkia unguiculata
- Poppy, Red Corn Papaver rhoeas, red
- Poppy, Corn, Mixed Papaver rhoeas Mixed
- Catchfly Silene armeria
- Coreopsis, Plains Coreopsis tinctoria
- Coneflower, Prairie Ratibida columnifera
- Black-Eyed Susan Rudbeckia hirta
- Aster, New England Symphyotrichum novae-angliae
- Evening Primrose, Common Oenothera lamarckiana