Bring life and beauty to your garden with this hearty blend of wildflowers native to the Southwestern region of the United States. Each seed packet contains 5 perennials for long-term growth and 13 annuals for first year blooms. This abundant mix will help:

- Enhance biodiversty & restore native habitat   

- Provide food for pollinators & other beneficial insects

- Give a burst of color all season long, year after year


One seed packet covers approximately 10 square feet 

All seeds are non-GMO and neonictinoid-free


What's in the mix?

Perennials: California Poppy (Eschscholzia californica), Blue Flax (Linum perenne lewisii), White Evening Primrose (Oenothera pallida), Showy Pink Evening Primrose (Oenothera speciosa), Mexican Hat (Ratibida columnaris)


Annual: Prairie Aster (Aster tanacetifolius), Desert Marigold (Baileya multiradiata), Farewell-to-Spring (Clarkia unguiculata), Plains Coreopsis (Coreopsis tinctoria), Mexican Gold Poppy (Eschscholzia mexicana), Indian Blanket (Gaillardia pulchella), Bird's Eyes (Gilia tricolor), Tidy Tips (Layia platyglossa), Arizona Lupine (Lupinus arizonicus), Arroyo Lupine (Lupinus succulentus), Blazing Star (Mertzelia lindleyi), Five Spot (Nemophila maculata), California Bluebell (Phacelia campanularia)

Native Southwest Wildflower Seeds


90% of insect species can only eat plants they have coevolved with. As these relationships take thousands of years to develop, imported plants generally do not support the life of local insects. This is often marketed as a good thing, and insects are branded as “pests” across the board. The reality is that most native insects are a crucial piece of the very complex and fragile food web that all beings rely on for life. Now is more important than ever to transform our perception of gardens from strictly aesthetic decorations to life-giving, abundant ecosystems.


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<strong>1. Time &amp; Place</strong>

When: Early Spring

Where: 10 square foot area that gets 6+ hours of sunlight per day

<strong>2. Prep soil</strong>

Loosen soil &amp; remove any growth or debris from the area

<strong>3. Scatter</strong>

Scatter seeds evenly over 10 square feet of soil (or multiple smaller areas)

<strong>4. Stomp it out</strong><br>
Walk (or dance!) over the seeds with shoes on to compress seeds<br>
*Do not bury seeds with soil<br>
<strong>5. Water</strong><br>
Keep the soil moist until seedlings are 4-6 inches tall. After that

mother nature will take over!<br>
<strong>6. Enjoy</strong><br>
Blooms should appear in late spring/early summer

<strong>Light Requirements</strong>: Full Sun to Part Shade

<strong>Grows Well in Zones:</strong> 7-10