California Native Pollinator Wildflower Mixture - Stover Seed

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Colorful composite photo of Stover Seed's California Pollinator Wildflower Mixture that we developed with The Pollinator Partnership.
USA map showing the state where the California Native Pollinator Wildflower Mixture will grow, which is throughout the state of California.
Chart showing seed package sizes for the California Native Pollinator Wildflower Mixture and how large an area each will plant. 10 grams will plant 35 square feet, 1 ounce plants 160 square feet, 4 ounces plants 640 square feet, and 1 pound plants 2,560 square feet.
Closeup of a bee on a Black Eyed Susan flower (Rudbeckia hirta). Photo by Amber Barnes.
California Native Pollinator Wildflower Mixture
Closeup of California Poppy wildflowers with two butterfly pollinators. (Eschscholzia californica).
Closeup of a California Poppy wildflower (Eschscholzia californica).
Closeup of wildflower "Desert Bluebells" (Phacelia campanularia).
Large planting of Desert Bluebells in full bloom (Phacelia campanularia).
California Native Pollinator Wildflower Mixture
Vibrant flowers on Plains Coreopsis (Coreopsis tinctorial) in the garden.
Photo collage of closeup flowers plus a mass planting on a distant slope of wildflower "Goldfields" (Lasthenia glabrata).
Closeup of Blue Flax (Linum Lewisii) in flower.
Collage of wildflower "Tidy Tips" in a garden (Layia platyglossa).
Gorgeous wildflower "Farewell-to-Spring" in full bloom in a garden (Clarkia amoena).
Closeup of the wildflower "Baby Blue Eyes" (Nemophila menziesii).
Garden view of wildflower "Baby Blue Eyes" (Nemophila menziesii).
Pigmy-leaved Lupine in the garden (Lupinus bicolor).
Prairie Coneflower - Ratibida Columnifera <br> Photo by USFWS / Kirsten Brennan
Hummingbird drinking nectar from a Blanketflower (Gaillardia aristata).
Blanketflower blooming in a garden (Gaillardia aristata).
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Colorful composite photo of Stover Seed&#39;s California Pollinator Wildflower Mixture that we developed with The Pollinator Partnership.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, USA map showing the state where the California Native Pollinator Wildflower Mixture will grow, which is throughout the state of California.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Chart showing seed package sizes for the California Native Pollinator Wildflower Mixture and how large an area each will plant. 10 grams will plant 35 square feet, 1 ounce plants 160 square feet, 4 ounces plants 640 square feet, and 1 pound plants 2,560 square feet.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Closeup of a bee on a Black Eyed Susan flower (Rudbeckia hirta). Photo by Amber Barnes.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, California Native Pollinator Wildflower Mixture
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Closeup of California Poppy wildflowers with two butterfly pollinators. (Eschscholzia californica).
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Closeup of a California Poppy wildflower (Eschscholzia californica).
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Closeup of wildflower &quot;Desert Bluebells&quot; (Phacelia campanularia).
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Large planting of Desert Bluebells in full bloom (Phacelia campanularia).
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, California Native Pollinator Wildflower Mixture
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Vibrant flowers on Plains Coreopsis (Coreopsis tinctorial) in the garden.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Photo collage of closeup flowers plus a mass planting on a distant slope of wildflower &quot;Goldfields&quot; (Lasthenia glabrata).
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Closeup of Blue Flax (Linum Lewisii) in flower.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Collage of wildflower &quot;Tidy Tips&quot; in a garden (Layia platyglossa).
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Gorgeous wildflower &quot;Farewell-to-Spring&quot; in full bloom in a garden (Clarkia amoena).
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Closeup of the wildflower &quot;Baby Blue Eyes&quot; (Nemophila menziesii).
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Garden view of wildflower &quot;Baby Blue Eyes&quot; (Nemophila menziesii).
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Pigmy-leaved Lupine in the garden (Lupinus bicolor).
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Prairie Coneflower - Ratibida Columnifera &lt;br&gt; Photo by USFWS / Kirsten Brennan
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Hummingbird drinking nectar from a Blanketflower (Gaillardia aristata).
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Blanketflower blooming in a garden (Gaillardia aristata).

California Native Pollinator Wildflower Mixture

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California


THE PROBLEM   
The market is full of pollinator wildflower mixtures in a range of prices and regions. Many include non-native and invasive species that can be detrimental to native habitat and cause confusion for well-intentioned consumers. A study cited by the National Park Service  showed a  greater diversity and abundance of birds and caterpillars were found in yards containing regionally appropriate native plants.

THE SOLUTION   Stover Seed, in collaboration with Pollinator Partnership (a nonprofit dedicated to pollinator health and conservation), developed a series of regionally specific native plant-pollinator seed mixes.  Our goal was to provide an ideal wildflower habitat for home gardens by giving pollinators a diversity of flowers that are native to each region and will bloom across growing seasons.

What makes these mixtures special? 

Pollinator Partnership’s biologists developed and met the following criteria for each regional mixture:

  • Contains a minimum of 12 species
  • Provides a minimum of 3 blooming species each¬†season‚ÄĒspring, summer, and fall.
  • Contains no invasive species
  • All species are native to each specific region.
  • Ecologically designed to provide floral resources for a diversity of pollinator species.

You can plant with confidence knowing you have the right seeds to truly benefit your environment.

Pollinator Partnership is a non-profit 501(c) organization‚ÄĒthe largest in the world dedicated exclusively to the protection and promotion of pollinators and their ecosystems. ¬†Their mission is to promote the health of pollinators that are critical to food and ecosystems through conservation, education, and research.¬† A portion of the sales price of this wildflower mix is donated to Pollinator Partnership to assist in their mission.¬† For more information on their programs visit www.pollinator.org

Helpful information to Read or Download:

Technical Guide:  Establishment and Care of Wildflowers


 


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