Pollinator Wildflower Seed Mix-Eastern Region

$82.00 per pound

Qty Price
1-4$82.00 per pound
5-30$72.98 per pound
31+$64.78 per pound

Seed this wildflower mix for eastern insects and pollinators, helping beautify your garden and feed those thirsty bees, birds, moths and butterflies

Pollinators are so important — This pollinator seed mix of eastern North American natives is valuable food and habitat for butterflies and bird, but also for bees. Honey bees are key in production of one third of our groceries. They and other native bees will eat the nectar from this seed selection chosen for the flowers they need.  Pollinators are key to food production, so many farms are beginning to seed pollinator mixes adjacent to their croplands.  NRCS Natural Resource Conservation Service with cost share with farmers to help our pollinators help our farmers, and ultimately help produce our food– it’s a good reason to plant for pollinators. Draw a line down south from the eastern border of North and South Dakota, east of this line this is your Pollinator Wildflower Mix.


Product Description

Eastern Pollinator Wildflower Mix is perfect for all types  of  pollinators who fly in our midst spring summer and fall.  This is a high quality native seed mix for bird and insect pollinators in regions east of the Rocky Mountains, and you will bring swarms of insects and birds to do their parts in pollinating these lovely native wildflowers and insuring their success and reproduction.

It contains:  Black-Eyed Susan, Blue Wild Indigo, Brown-Eyed Susan, Butterfly Milkweed, Eastern Columbine, Gray Goldenrod, Indian Blanket, Lance-Leaved Coreopsis, Lavender Hyssop, Lemon Mint, New England Aster, Ohio Spiderwort, Partridge Pea, Perennial Lupine, Plains Coreopsis, Purple Coneflower, Showy Tick Trefoil, Spotted Beebalm, White Upland Aster, and Wild Sunflower.

Plant 12-24 lb/acre, 1 lb covers 1800-3600 sq. ft.