Perennial Bloom Flower Mix Seeds

This mix covers approximately 146 sq. ft.
Availability: In Stock

Gardeners love perennials because they provide gorgeous color, shapes and sizes for years of enjoyment. You too can create the lovely flowerbeds that you've seen on the glossy pages of catalogues and garden magazines. It will be a joy to watch your garden "spring to life" each season. We've designed this mix to take the guesswork out of planning a perennial garden. You'll be delighted with the successive show of blooms from this packet that will last from spring into fall. A perennial garden has the added bonus of providing nectar for bees, food for birds, and winter interest if the plants are left standing.

Mix includes (see diagram):

  1. Basket of Gold Alyssum
  2. Black-Eyed Susan
  3. Blanketflower
  4. Candytuft
  5. Double Carnation
  6. McKana Columbine
  7. Pink Coneflower
  8. White Coneflower
  9. Lance-Leaved Coreopsis
  10. Spring Beauty Dianthus
  11. Alaska Shasta Daisy
  12. Woodland Forget-Me-Not
  13. Gayfeather
  14. Bigleaf Lupine
  15. Mexican Hat
  16. Moss Verbena
  17. Oxeye Sunflower
  18. Rocky Mountain Penstemon
  19. Siberian Wallflower
$5.59 8 grams

Botanical Name: Assorted species

Hardiness: Most perennials will develop foliage the first season, and bloom the following seasons; however, if started in late summer/fall, some will bloom the following spring.

Plant Dimensions: 8"–48" tall

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: 6 to 8 weeks before average last frost.

Days to Emerge: 10–30 days

Seed Depth: ¼"

Seed Spacing: Scatter about 25 seeds per sq. ft. and rake in

Thinning: As needed

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Perennial Bloom Flower Mix Seeds Reviews

5 reviews
Beautiful Blooms
Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Jul 21, 2018
This was my first year planting a wild flower garden. I planted these seeds outdoors in late April and have already seen five beautiful varieties as of July 21. I have weeded very little and the garden is lush with flowers. I look forward to planting more flowers next year from Botanical Interests. There are so many great varieties!
Julia Luz

Wonderful results
Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Mar 20, 2019
A gardening friend gave me 3 of your large seed packets. We sowed them in three sections so we could track the different packets. The display was really wonderful throughout the season with new blooms popping up every few weeks. And the blooms lasted well into the fall. I'm really looking forward to this year as it can take several seasons for the perennials to mature. The other packets were the hummingbird and prairie packets.

Only one variety grew :-(
Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Oct 9, 2019
I planted this mix in a small area that gets direct sun 1/2 of the day and stays moist enough that the seeds should not have dried out. I planted 1/2 before our last frost date, and 1/2 after. Here it is October and the only flowers that grew were the Black Eyed Susans. Very disappointed. One possible explanation is that birds got to some of the seed, but I'm not sure how "yummy" they are. Maybe I will luck out and a few will come up next spring, but I am not hopeful. One positive... I know I can grow Black Eyed Susans in that spot!
Owner Response: Hi JD, Thanks for letting us know about your experience. We are sorry that you did see the wide variety of blooms that this mix offers. A customer service agent will be with you soon to help.

No blooms..
Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Jun 26, 2020
It didn't work for me - sowed in April, and there's small foliage all around the patch but no blooms at all.
Owner Response: Hi Ria, Perennials give long-lasting colors for years and years, but as a trade-off they take a little longer to mature and produce blooms as compared to annuals. Your garden should be full of color by next year. Enjoy!

Happy Flowers
Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Sep 26, 2020
We moved this year, and I could only scatter seeds in a few places in the ground and in containers on our deck, but Botanical Interests' beautifully selected, generous (and very reasonably priced) flower mixes kept our new home bright and happy all spring, summer and fall.
Ann M. Klein

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