Bryanne  Miller

Bryanne Miller

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Realty Executives Saskatoon

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Seeds for Bees

"The difference between a flower and a weed is judgement"

To create a beautiful mixture, you should carefully prepare the area to be seeded, sow seed evenly and thinly, cover lightly with a layer of top soil or well drained compost, and keep moist. In a comparative planting of a number of wildflower mixes, this one definitely seemed the best. It is equally split between perennials and annuals that should self-seed.

A mix of Annuals, Biennials, and Perennials as listed below:

Common Name

Type Color
Dwarf Cornflower A Mix
Deerhorn Clarkia A Pink/White
Clarkia A Pink/Lavender
Plains Coreopsis A Yellow/Maroon
California Poppy P Yellow/Orange
Gaillardia P Yellow/Red
Gaillardia A Yellow/Red
Globe Gilla A Blue
Candytuft A White/Pink/Violet
Blue Flax P Blue
Lupine P Blue
Prairie Aster B Violet
Dwarf Evening Primrose P Yellow
Pale Evening Primrose P White
Corn Poppy A White/Pink/Red
Palmer Penstemon P Pink
Penstemon P Blue
Prairie Coneflower B/P Yellow/Red
Greenthread A Yellow
Showy Goldeneye P Yellow


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