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Utah Native Wildflower Seeds

A mix of annual & perennial native wildflowers for a flower border or meadow area

Need to Know


  • Perennial Lupine
  • Blanketflower
  • California Poppy
  • Rocky Mountain Penstemon
  • Blue Flax
  • Palmers Penstemon
  • Showy Goldeneye
  • Indian Blanket
  • Greenthread
  • Dwarf Evening Primrose
  • Godetia
  • Globe Gilia
  • Prairie Aster
  • Prairie Coneflower
  • Deerhorn Clarkia
  • Plains Coreopsis
  • Rocky Mountain Beeplant
  • Munros Globemallow
  • Arrowleaf Balsamroot
  • Silvery Lupine

ONE 10 oz packet can seed up to 3000 square feet of garden area.

This mix will grow in at various heights, colors, and textures. If seeded in a contained area like a flower border or along a fence, it can look cottagey and whimsical. If broadcasted in a large open space, the result will be more wild and meadowy.

These seeds are coated in an organic coating from Summit Seed Coating to improve germination.

Apply in spring before daytime temperatures are above 80 degrees. Mixing the seeds with a small amount of compost & sand while applying will help the seeds better adhere to the soil.

Water well & consistently for the first several weeks.

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