State flower mixes for home sweet home
- The perfect flowers for your specific area
- They're great garden gifts for our-of-town friends
- State mixes contain popular flowers that are easy to grow
- Mixes include annual and perennial wildflowers
Celebrate regional pride with state wildflower mixesWhat better way to show off state pride than with a wildflower meadow? Each one of Eden Brothers’ state wildflower mixes contains over 20 native flowering plants. Growing flowers has never been easier than with these state wildflower mixes–simply scatter the seeds over your planting area and water them in for a colorful show of summer color that your neighbors (and the pollinators) will love!
The lucky residents of California, Florida, North Carolina, Georgia, Texas, and Michigan all have an exclusive wildflower mix especially suited for growing in their state. But gardeners in other states need not despair! We’re always working to add new seed collections to the mix, so keep an eye out for your home state to make an appearance in future years. In the meantime, order a wildflower seed mix for the state that most closely resembles your region–we have a feeling these wildflowers will still thrive.
Grow the best state wildflower mixes anywhere
Each mix is blended with perennial and annual wildflower varieties for staggered blooming all season long. The perennials will return season after season, and many of the annual varieties are vigorous self-seeders that you’re sure to see again. They should be your go-to housewarming gift, for sure.
Even though each of these wildflower mixes are state-specific, you can grow all of these mixes in any hardiness zone. These state wildflower mixes are a perfect going-away gift and can make anyone feel at home away from home.
State wildflower mixes are easy to grow
Eden Brothers state wildflower mixes are so easy to grow from seed–they basically grow themselves! To grow a wildflower meadow, pick a well-draining planting site that receives full sun. Bare the soil for planting and broadcast the seed over the area by hand. If you want, you can mix your seeds with sand or use a seed spreader to scatter the seed mixture evenly over the area.
Press the seeds into to soil but don’t bury them–most wildflower seeds need some light to germinate. Water the seeds gently to kickstart the germination process. Keep young wildflower seedlings weeded and watered, but once they are established mature wildflowers require very little care.
Restore natural beauty with state wildflower mixes
Do you ever wonder what your home state looked like before it became developed? Before roads were paved and skyscrapers were built? Can you imagine miles of forest and acres of woodland meadows?
Indulge in a glimpse of yesteryear with these six state wildflower mixes. Return a portion of your lawn back to nature, and you won’t regret it–less grass to mow, and far more color to look at.
Maybe you could make it your personal mission to scatter these wildflower mixes across your state! The seeds in these wildflower mixes are hardy, thriving in the poorest, driest soils. That’s what makes these seeds so easy to grow, love, and share–so why not order more than you think you need? Plus, you save money when you buy in bulk, so it’s a win-win for everyone!