Where to Use Golf Course Mix:
Golf Course Mix is suitable for areas near tees, pathways, greens, lakes or around the clubhouse, and produces beautiful blooms. We have some good experiences with superintendents using wildflowers as edge interest for patrons.
Native Seed Mix Contains:
Annual Phlox, Arroyo Lupine, Eastern Columbine, Four O’Clocks, Gayfeather, Giant Columbine, Lemon Mint, Perennial Lupine, Rocket Larkspur, Rocky Mountain Penstemon, Scarlet Sage, Spurred Snapdragon, Sweet William Pinks, Tussock Bellflower and Wild Petunia.
Planting Rate: Golf course rate 20-25 lb per acre, landscape rate 4-8 lb per acre, 1 lb per 4000 sq. ft.
Special Instructions: Plant golf course seed mix on prepared soil. Use harrow to scratch surface well, then lightly till before putting seeds on seed bed surface. Then drag the area with harrow tines down to push seeds into soil, or put a light layer of sand or vermiculite or weed-free straw over seeds. Keep watered 3 times per week. DO NOT COVER SEEDS WITH SOIL, need light to germinate!
Grows Well In: Southeast, Midwest, Northeast, Northwest, Southwest, Texas/Oklahoma, Western Regions and Canada.
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.