Flower Mix California Color Seeds (LG)

Flower Mix California Color Seeds (LG)

Assorted Genera and species

Item #7022

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 flowers that bloom in shades of yellow, orange, pink, blue and violet, often combined with white. The spectacular spring bloom extends into summer when the delicious fragrance of Palmer's penstemon scents the garden. Plants often self-sow to bloom again in following seasons. Perfect for a small flowerbed or creating a meadow garden.




Annuals and perennials

Full sun

Blooms spring
to fall

6”-48” tall

Days to Emerge:
10-31 days

Seed Depth:
1/8”-1/4”

Seed Spacing:
Scatter about 25
seeds per square
foot and rake in

Thinning:
As needed


When to sow outside: RECOMMENDED. RECOMMENDED. In cold climates, sow annual mixes in the spring, 1 to 2 weeks before the average last frost. In mild climates, sow seed during the cooler months, generally October through March.

When to start inside: Not recommended.

SOWN AT THE RATE OF 25 SEEDS PER SQ. FT., THIS MIX COVERS APPROX. 350 SQ. FT.

Mix contains by weight:
1. Arroyo Lupine (A) 18%
2. Baby Blue Eyes (A) 12%
3. Bird’s Eyes (A) 3%
4. California Bluebell (A) 3%
5. California Poppy (A/P) 7%
6. Chinese Houses (A) 7%
7. Clarkia (A) 2%
8. Dwarf California Poppy (A) 3%
9. Dwarf Godetia (A) 3%
10. Five Spot (A) 18%
11. Globe Gillia (A) 2%
12. Goldfields (A) 1%
13. Mountain Phlox (A) 2%
14. Palmer Penstemon (P) (1%)
15. Tidy Tips (A) 4%
16. Yellow Lupine (A) 14%

A=Annual, P=Perennial, B=Biennial, TP=Tender Perennial

Artist: Carolyn Crawford



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