Eastern Pollinator Seed Mix

Eastern Pollinator Seed Mix components are an assortment of native wildflower species that act as valuable food and host plant habitat for butterflies, birds, bees, and other insect pollinators native to eastern North America and Southeastern Canada. Useful for cost-sharing conservation programs to encourage pollinators.  Sow these seeds to produce a field of native wildflowers that will appropriately feed and attract a multitude of native pollinators from your area!  Best seed mix choice for a wide range of eastern pollinator populations.  


$89.90 per pound

1 - 9 $89.90
10 - 29 $80.91
30 - 49 $71.92
50 - 100 $67.43
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Where to Use Eastern Pollinator Seed Mix:

Eastern Native Pollinator Seed Mix is a balanced blend of native annual and perennial wildflowers that provide nectar for food and pollination for plants throughout the growing season. Components of the mix include eastern pollinator seeds of native flower species* that bloom in spring, summer and fall.  Wildflowers specifically for your local native pollinator populations from SE Canada to all of SE United State except sub tropical zones.  Eastern pollinator seed mix is best in full sun and most average soils.

Eastern Native Seed Mix for Pollinators contains  Black-Eyed Susan, Blue Wild Indigo, Brown-Eyed Susan, Butterfly Milkweed, Evening Primrose, Golden Alexander, Gray Goldenrod, Hairy Beardtongue, Indian Blanket, Lance-Leaved Coreopsis, Lavender Hyssop, Lemon Mint, New England Aster, Ohio Spiderwort, Partridge Pea, Plains Coreopsis, Purple Coneflower, Showy Tick Trefoil, Slender Mountain Mint, Spotted Beebalm.

Planting Rate: 7-14 lbs per acre, 1 lb per 3000 sq. ft.

Grows Well In Eastern US, SE Canada (The western planting boundary would be a line straight south from the eastern borders of North and South Dakota).

About Our Seed Mixes:  Each mix is blended evenly with the same number of seeds of each flower species in all our products.  No loading up on cheaper seeds.  Your order will contain detailed sowing and preparation instructions.  View our Planting Guide here or call us with questions 479-283-6709.

*Check with  your local County Extension office or USDA/NRCS agent for species that are native in your specific locale.