Bee Feed Mix Flowers $3.25 $3.75
Back in Stock - Get those orders in! Seed Exchange - This very colorful early-, mid-, and late-blooming flower mix benefits pollinators all season long. An extraordinary blend of annual and perennial flowers yields nectar and pollen for wild bees, honey bees, and other pollinators, and is suitable for short-tongued and long-tongued bees. Sow in maintained landscapes such as garden beds, borders, and managed meadows. Best-Seller Annuals and perennials Early, late, and mid-blooming flowers Beautiful mix of colors Flowers provide bee forage all season Packet sows 50 square feet  Varieties included: Forget-Me-Not, Chinese - Cynoglossum amabile Wallflower, Siberian - Cheiranthus allionii Poppy, California, Orange - Eschscholzia californica Coneflower, Purple - Echinacea purpurea Aster, China, Single Mix - Callistephus chinensis Poppy,Corn, Mixed - Papaver rhoeas Coreopsis, Lance Leaved - Coreopsis lanceolata Flax, Blue - Linum lewisii Baby Blue-Eyes - Nemophila menziesii Tidy-Tips - Layia platyglossa Gilia, Globe - Gilia capitata Indian Blanket - Gaillardia pulchella Coreopsis, Plains - Coreopsis tinctoria Sweet Alyssum, Tall White - Lobularia maritima Hyssop, Lavender - Agastache foeniculum Daisy, Fleabane - Erigeron annuus Aster, New England - Symphyotrichum novae-angliae Bergamot - Monarda fistulosa Instructions - You may sow the bee feed mix 1 to 2 weeks before your average last frost date. Mix the seed with some sand or sawdust, broadcast the seed, and then go over the area with a rake to work the seed into the soil a little. Firefly Farm & Mercantile may substitute seed vendors from time to time because of availability
Organic Jane Goodall's Seeds of Hope for Pollinators $2.95 $3.25
The Living Seed Company - Feed our pollinator friends, with Jane’s Seeds of Hope!Celebrating 40 years of the Jane Goodall Institute, this certified organic seed mix contains flowers that are commonly grown in gardens in the United States.  They were selected to be easy to grow across many regions and provide food over long periods of time for honey bees, wild bees, butterflies, other pollinator insects, and birds!  It is recommend that these seeds be planted in garden plots, yards and/or pots.  While none of these flowers are invasive they can reseed in ideal climates.   This is not a wildflower mix to use in a wild setting.  These are flowers to feed pollinators close to your home, community garden, school, etc.  Mix includes sunflowers, borage, calendula, poppies, and echnicacea Ornamental Attracts pollinators Excellent for cut flowers Organic 100 Seeds Instructions -Plant these seeds either directly in the ground or a large pot after danger of frost is over.  Or start them indoors in smaller pots and transplant when chance of frost is over.  You can pick out individual seeds to plant or plant the entire packet in an approximately 100 square foot area (try to give each seed about 6-8 inches of space). Keep soil moist, but don’t over water.  Leave seed heads on plants after they have dried to feed the birds.  Save seed by collecting flower heads when they have fully dried up .  Break seed heads up to get the seeds.  Store fully dried seeds in a cool dry place and plant again next year!   Firefly Farm & Mercantile may substitute seed vendors from time to time because of availability
Bird and Butterfly Mix Flowers $3.25 $3.75
The Seed Savers Exchange - This annual and perennial mixture of flowers will provide nectar to many species of butterflies, including brushfoots, monarchs, skippers, sulphurs and swallowtails. Some of these plants will also provide food for butterfly larvae. Sows 125 square feet per oz. Annuals and perennials Early, late, and mid-blooming flowers Beautiful mix of colors Provides nectar to many species of butterflies Some plants will provide food for butterfly larvae Packet sows 30 square feet  Varieties included: Candytuft, Annual - Iberis umbellata Wallflower, Siberian - Cheiranthus allionii Larkspur, Rocket - Delphinium consolida Lupine, Perennial - Lupinus perennis Gayfeather - Liatris spicata Coneflower, Purple - Echinaceae purpurea Blanketflower - Gaillardia aristata Aster, China, Single Mix - Callistephus chinensis Cornflower 'Polka Dot Mix' - Centaurea cyanus Poppy, California Orange - Eschscholzia californica Indian Blanket - Gaillardia pulchella Sage, Scarlet - Salvia coccinea Coreopsis, Lance Leaved - Coreopsis lanceolata Godetia, Dwarf - Clarkia amoena Coneflower, Dwarf Red - Ratibida columnifera Coreopsis, Dwarf Plains - Coreopsis tinctoria Mint, Lemon - Monarda citriodora Milkweed, Butterfly - Asclepias tuberosa Sweet Alyssum, Tall White - Lobularia maritima Black-Eyed Susan - Rudbeckia hirta Instructions - You may sow the bee feed mix 1 to 2 weeks before your average last frost date. Mix the seed with some sand or sawdust, broadcast the seed, and then go over the area with a rake to work the seed into the soil a little.This product is best seeded at 6-12 lbs per acre or 5 ounces for 1000 square feet. Firefly Farm & Mercantile may substitute seed vendors from time to time because of availability
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