Bring the biodiversity of nature to your yard! We have a flower mix to fit every patch of earth that longs to become a meadow. Though it may be tempting to mimic nature by casting some seeds to the wind and hoping, we recommend carefully preparing your plot as for any crop. For mixes with perennial flowers, or those needing cold-stratification, sow the seeds in fall or early spring and rake in. For mixes with mostly annuals, sow after your last spring frost. Water and thin as needed, and be patient! Perennials become more established over time.
500 seeds sows 25-30 square feet; 1 ounce sows 80-100 square feet; 4 ounces sows 300-500 square feet; and 1 pound sows 1200-2000 square feet.