1. David's Garden Seeds Flower Native American Clover White Prairie 2222 (White) 500 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds

David's Garden Seeds Flower Native American Clover White Prairie 2222 (White) 500 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds

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Native American Wildflowers Many of our customers whom we have met at shows have been asking for native seeds. From across the country, David's has put together a stunning landscape of American Native flowers. Our Bee Happy Mix is made especially for the bees This American Native Wildflower Mix offers a colorful variety of annual and perennial flowers specially designed for honey bee health & conservation. Plant this mix to provide colorful blooms, forage & essential nutrition for the hard-working honey bee all season long. Planting diverse native wildflowers will benefit honey bees & native bees. The time of blooming varies, annual and perennial mix. For best results, plant in the fall. Our mix contains over 25 varieties of Wildflowers! Texas Bluebonnet, Cutleaf Daisy, Indian Blanket, Coreopsis Lanceleaf, Purple Prairie Clover, Purple Coneflower, Annual Winecup, White Prairie, Foxglove, Partridge Pea, Gayfeather, Lemon Mint, Golden-Wave, Sunflower Bush, Missouri Primrose, Illinois Bundleflower, Black Eye Susan, Tahoka Daisy, Butterfly weed, Frost Weed, Lazy Daisy, Prairie Verbana, Sunflower Common, Rattlesnake Master, Maximilian Sunflower, MIlkweed Rose, and Golden Dalea Flower Native American Foxglove Wild Foxglove (not a true foxglove) is one of the loveliest sights on the spring prairie. It spends most of the year as a small, insignificant rosette, then shoots up 1 to 1 and 1/2 foot stems a couple of weeks before blooming in the spring. The blooms are white to purple, and each is about 2 to 3 inches long. They will grow in part shade to full sun. References say that they bloom for only a couple of weeks, but if they can have some afternoon shade, we’ve found that the blooms will last longer. Grows an average height of 12 to 18 inches. Blooms from April to May. For best results, plant in the Spring. Flower Native American Hyacinth This Hyacinth doesn't look like any Hyacinth you've seen in a bulb catalog! For one thing, it's much taller, and the blossoms are more delicate in color, ranging from lavender to pale blue. The sight of them growing on the prairie in the spring is memorable! Their native habitat is moist but well drained sand, loam, clay or even limestone soil. On the prairie, you see them growing in swales and seasonal run-off areas. In Texas, their natural range is the Edwards Plateau to the Red River and east. However, they grow north and east all the way to Ontario, Canada. Perennial. Blooms from March to May. Flower Native American Milkweed Common This is the most prevalent Milkweed species found east of I-35 and throughout the North Eastern United States. Located in the migration path of the Monarch butterfly, the common milkweed is the host plant for 90 percent of these beautiful creatures, producing large quantities of nectar and providing a food source for many other pollinators as well. Blooms from June to October. For best results, plant in the fall. Flower Native American Mix for Monarchs This mixture is composed of native wildflowers and milkweeds which supply nectar sources to adult monarchs. Milkweeds are utilized for egg-laying and provide food to monarch caterpillars. This mixture is intended for use in the monarch's summer breeding range and flyway zones of the Midwestern United States. Germination And Growing Tips by David Placing your seeds in less than 1/4 inch of soil will do. It is important to know how deep you should plant your seeds. Seeds are a living embryo that contains enough energy to germinate and break the surface of the soil. If planted too deep, the seeds will run out of energy and die before they break the surface. We recommend planting your seeds 1/4 inch in the soil. Keep your soil moist, but not wet. Over-watering will drown the seed. A good rule to follow is moist soil will have a dark healthy look to it. It will feel like brown sugar on your knuckle. Dry soil will be dull, flaky, and feel like salt. The best watering for germination is from the bottom. Placing your starter plants in a tray, and filling with 3/4 water, allows them to soak up the water they need. Seeds need enough light to grow. Most seeds need 14 to 16 hours of daylight a day, so if you are planting indoors, a grow light will be needed. A regular florescent or lamp light will not work. Placing your pots on a window sill will not work with most seeds since they do not get the full amount of light. If your seeds are not getting enough light they will grow tall, thin, and then fall over. At David's Garden Seeds, we carry over 2,000 varieties of seeds, in stock, every day. Gardening is a year-long passion for us here in Texas. We provide only Non-GMO seeds. We have a host of Heirloom, and Open Pollinated Seeds in many varieties. Our seeds make home gardening a fun way of life for the whole family. David's Garden Seeds is a Veteran owned business that has been offering quality seeds since 2009. We Strive For Excellence At David's Garden Seeds