Where to Use Light Shade Wildflower Mix:
Our signature Little Bit Shady wildflower seed mix for light shade was one of our first seed mix compositions. Knowing how many landscapes deal with large shade trees, we developed this mix back in the late 1990s. We called it Little Bit Shady because the flowers bloomed well even in more shady conditions. We use it in areas with less than 6 hours of direct sun, including woodland edges and filtered sun areas. Blooms less in dark shade, blooms more where there is some bright light available.
Little Bit Shady wildflower seed mix is a blendof annuals, perennials, and biennials. Some are North American natives, some are naturalized but not native. This mix has been used for some notable high profile projects. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art uses this mix for driveway approaches, and to add distinct beautification in their outdoor exhibits where part shade presides.
Seed Mix Contains:
Eastern Columbine, Oxeye Daisy, Siberian Wallflower, Lance leaf Coreopsis, Rocket Larkspur, Sweet William Dianthus, Purple Coneflower, Annual Baby’s Breath, Dame’s Rocket, Rose Mallow, Perennial Lupine, Five Spot, Baby Blue Eyes, Johnny Jump up Violas, Blackeyed Susan, Browneyed Susan, and Red Corn Poppy.
Planting Rate: 20 lb per acre, 1 lb per 2000 sq. ft.
Grows Well In: All regions but Intermountain and Mountain regions of North America.
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.