Our savanna mix provides color from April into October and attracts many kinds of wildlife. It consists nearly entirely of perennials with a few annuals or biennials that will provide some color while the perennials get established. This mix should be sown in late fall or winter--early February at the latest. Seed sown after February may not get the cold moist treatment (stratification) that it needs in order to germinate.
Native grasses are sold separately.
January 15,2019 Contents:Yarrow, wild leek, lead plant, shining blue star, thimbleweed, prairie pussytoes, pussytoes, columbine, pale Indian plantain, common milkweed, yellow false foxglove, blue wild indigo, cream wild indigo, Ohio horsemint, Bush's poppy mallow, wild hyacinth, American bellflower, Indian paintbrush, partridge pea, blue-eyed Mary, star tickseed, tall coreopsis, dittany, white prairie clover, mullein foxglove, purple coneflower, elephant's foot, rattlesnake master, white snakeroot, closed bottle gentian, gum weed, pale-leaf woodland sunflower, ox-eye sunflower, twoflower Cynthia, roundheaded bushclover, rough blazing star, palespike lobelia, sensitive brier, bee balm, wild bergamot, false garlic, rigid goldenrod, roundleaf groundsel, small palafox, wild quinine, foxglove beardtongue, pale beardtongue, jumpseed, garden phlox, Jacob's ladder, slender mountain mint, hairy mountain mint, wild goldenglow, brown-eyed Susan, rose gentian, downy skullcap, wild senna, starry campion, gray goldenrod, aster mix, purple meadow rue, Ohio spiderwort, hoary vervain, wingstem, golden Alexanders
A 2-gram packet covers about 30 square feet.
1/4 oz. covers about 200 square feet
1/2 oz. covers about 400 square feet
1 oz. covers about 825 square feet
1 pound covers about 13,200 square feet
3.3 pounds per acre