Native Wildflower Seed Mix

Plant Description

Native seed mix from Heritage Seedlings with these species:

Perennials: Achillea millefolium (Western yarrow), Allium amplectens (narrow-leaved onion), Aquilegia formosa (red columbine), Camassia leichtlinii (great camas), Eriophyllum lanatum (Oregon sunshine); Iris tenax (Oregon iris), Lomatium utriculatum (common lomatium), Lupinus latifolius (broadleaf lupine), Phacelia nemoralis var. oregonensis (woods phacelia); Potentilla gracilis (slender cinquefoil), Sidalcea malviflora ssp.virgata (rose checkermallow), Solidago elongata (Canada goldenrod), Viola praemorsa (Astoria violet).

Annuals: Clarkia amoena (farewell-to-spring); Collinsia grandiflora (large-flowered collinsia); Gilia capitata (blue field gilia), Plectritus congesta (rosy plectritis).

All seed commercially grown in Oregon from wild-collected Willamette Valley seed.

Planting Instructions

  • Sow in fall in full sun
  • 1 tsp covers 50 sq ft
  • Mix seed with slightly moistened sand, vermiculite, or sawdust. Broadcast seed by hand onto weed-free mulch or prepared seed bed. Press into soil and cover with a light dusting of sifted soil. For more information on site preparation and seeding rates visit these resources from Heritage Seedlings.

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