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California Color Flower Mix Seeds

Native

#7022
This mix covers approximately 260 sq. ft.
4.375 out of 5 stars
(8 reviews)
Availability: Out of Stock

John Muir, the famous explorer and naturalist wrote, "When California was wild, it was the floweriest part of the continent." Capture the rich beauty and color of California's native wildflowers in your own garden with this special mix of colorful flowers. The spectacular spring bloom extends into summer, attracting pollinators. Plants often self-sow to bloom again in following seasons. Perfect for a small flowerbed or creating a meadow garden.

Mix includes (see diagram):

  1. Arroyo Lupine
  2. Baby Blue Eyes
  3. Bird's eye
  4. California Bluebell
  5. California Poppy
  6. Chinese Houses
  7. Clarkia
  8. Dwarf Cal. Poppy
  9. Dwarf Godetia
  10. Five Spot
  11. Globe Gilia
  12. Goldfields
  13. Mountain Phlox
  14. Palmer's Penstemon
  15. Tidy Tips
  16. Yellow Lupine
$6.29 10 grams (~310 sq. ft.)

Hardiness: ANNUALS: Most annuals bloom from late spring to first fall frost. BIENNIALS/PERENNIALS: Most biennials and perennials will develop foliage the first season, and bloom the following seasons.

Exposure: Full sun

Attributes: Attracts Pollinators

When to Sow Outside: RECOMMENDED. Cold Climates: 2 to 4 weeks before your average last frost date. You can also sow half the seed 4 to 6 weeks before your average last frost date (hoping the last frost is earlier than usual) and sow the second half a week or two after your average last frost date (just to be safe). Mild Climates: Fall through early spring.

When to Start Inside: Not recommended.

Days to Emerge: 10–31 days

Seed Depth: ⅛"–¼"

Seed Spacing: Scatter about 20 seeds per sq. ft. and rake in

Thinning: As needed

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California Color Flower Mix Seeds Reviews

8 reviews

Flowers

5 out of 5 stars Aug 10, 2020
Thank you for these beautiful flowers. Been having a wonderful time enjoying them nearly all summer long.
Darlene S Boyd from CA

Gorgeous wildflower mix

5 out of 5 stars Aug 20, 2020
This is my favorite seed mix from Botanical Interests. The plants grow very easily and produce a lovely show of bright colors from late winter to early summer in Southern California. Almost all the species listed on the packet grew and bloomed beautifully. Only the yellow lupine and tufted California poppy did not grow.
O. Padilla from CA

bummer

1 out of 5 stars Oct 17, 2020
Only one variety of these came up, and only a few flowers, it was quite a bummer.
virginia Sattler-Reimer from MN
Owner Response: Hi Virginia, We are sorry you didn't see a full array of varieties in this mix. Because the mix is diverse seeds will take different amounts of time to germinate and emerge and will require consistent moisture until all species emerge. A customer service agent will be contacting you to help.

Beautiful Colors!

5 out of 5 stars May 13, 2021
I sowed the seeds in fall and they sprouted after a few rains! The flowers began popping as soon as the weather shifted towards spring. More varieties are popping up as time continues! Beautiful. Highly recommend.
Rebecca from CA

Depends tbh

4 out of 5 stars Feb 15, 2022
My first two seedings of this worked awesome, I definitely overcrowded them but a good handful of them have come back. This most recent seeding has been drastically worse, not sure if there are fillers in the ones I bought but none of the ones I planted have come up but I suddenly have a plethora of chickweed that showed up in all the areas that I put these
Gabs from CA
Owner Response: Hi Gabs, Thank you for sharing your feedback. To answer your questions our seeds do not have fillers or weed seeds. Quality is very important to us and our seeds are tested frequently by a third-part laboratory to ensure germination rates meet federal and our own standards. In your area (CA) poppies are best sown in fall for cool-season germination as soon as conditions are right. As a reminder, these should be surface sown as light aids germination. It is not uncommon for a recently cultivated and watered area to sprout weeds, like common chickweed, from the existing seed bank. It would be best to gently clear the chickweed to give the poppies a fighting chance; cutting the weeds down to avoid disrupting the soil and desired seeds/seedlings is ideal. We are always happy to help troubleshoot issues--just send us an email or give us a call. Happy gardening!

Over a decade of planting these

5 out of 5 stars May 16, 2022
These are super successful in my xeric rock garden in Michigan. Awesome seeds!
Miguel H from MI

Brilliant

5 out of 5 stars May 23, 2022
Everywhere we broadcast these little lovelies, they have come up strong and sure. Marvelous revelation as we have not seen some of these varieties in alternate colors... Yellow and blue lupines, cream colored and orange poppies, white and orange Clarkia
Geoffrey from CA

Spectacular

5 out of 5 stars May 31, 2022
I planted these last year living in interior southern California valley. The bloom was spectacular. I got almost every flower I was supposed to. Second year a lot of volunteers. Tidy tips would be a great addition to this mix.
Patricia from CA

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