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Over the past few years, the wild flower seed in a can has become quite popular. Upon reading the ingredients of these mixes, we find that many times they are not for our climate or varieties that we consider weeds. If you're planting Chickory and Queen Ann's Lace, you can collect that from the roadside. We sell a naturalizing mix of seeds.

These are not wildflowers, but perennials and self sowing hardy annuals that will continue to seed year after year. We sell a shade mix, an herb mix, a short sun mix (which is great for rockerys), along with the naturalizing mix which is good for sun and partial shade.

The packets are $3.25. Remembering not to sow it too thick, a packet should cover a 8 X 8 foot area.

Larger size: $8.99. Should cover an area 20' x 20'

Naturalizing mix contains: Echinecea, Pyrethrum, Rudbeckia, Shasta, Helenium, Gloriosa Daisy, Digitalis, Coreopsis, Aquilegia, Malva, Aster, Joe Pye, Platycodon, plus many more

GUARANTEE: Each order we send will be filled with stock of fine quality, packed with care to reach you in good live growing condition. If you are not entirely satisfied, return it at once for refund minus postage.

We are not responsible to replace plants that have failed due to conditions beyond our control such as possible neglect, weather, growing conditions or the lack of experience on the part of the gardener.

A Word About Native Plants: We offer many native varieties because we like them, but we do not collect them from the wild. We grow them from cuttings or seeds, and are listed as Native.

Prices subject to change.

, 2000-2005.

To order, go here: How to Order, or email with your questions.

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Last updated 2005 January 5.

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