The flower varieties within the Bee Magical Mix were selected for their flowers which produce nectar and pollen that are attractive to pollinators, especially bees! The mix contains annuals, biennials, and perennials that produce flowers throughout the entire growing season in a wide variety of colors.
Wildflower seeds thrive most areas, but when introduced into locations outside their native range, they may be considered invasive to the ecosystem.
Our Bee Magical mix contains: Annual Baby’s Breath, Calendula, Lacy Phacelia, Perennial Lupine, Cornflower, Siberian Wallflower, Scarlet Flax, Chinese Forget-me-not, Crimson Clover, Cosmos, California Poppy, Plains Coreopsis, Annual Gaillardia, Blue Flax, Black Eyed Susan, Sweet Alyssum, Viola, Larkspur, Zinnia, Sunflower, and Corn Poppy.
While the seed varieties in the mix are not considered invasive—The California poppy, for example, is great in California, but is classified as a problematic plant that is injurious to agriculture in the Southeast. The Forget-me-not, is also considered a noxious weed in Massachusetts.
Please Bee Mindful, and plant responsibly.