Pretty In Pink - Exclusive Pink Wildflower Seed MixRegular price As Low As $12.99Regular priceUnit price per
Tickled Pink - Pink Flower Seed MixRegular price As Low As $14.99Regular priceUnit price per
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The buzz about pink wildflower seed mixes
- Favorite among bees, hummingbirds, and butterflies
- Annual and perennial varieties
- Easy to grow and maintain
- Suitable for all USDA hardiness zones
Pink wildflowers are a pollinator favorite
Native pollinators—especially bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds—really seem to favor pink wildflowers with their fragrant, nectar-rich flowers. Blooming in every imaginable shade of pink—from blush to salmon—these curated collections are comprised of re-seeding annual flowers and some perennials for an abundance of blooms this season and seasons to come.
Take your pick between our three exclusive pink wildflower mixes. Pink Perfection contains a lovely blend of favorite cut flower favorites like Cosmos Versailles and Zinnia Salmon. The fragrant Clary Sage is sure to entice even the pickiest of pollinators to your garden. Watch as your pink wildflower meadow becomes an artfully crafted, living flower arrangement.
Pollinators just won’t be able to get enough of the beauties in the Pretty in Pink mix. With native wildflowers like Rose Mallow and Catchfly, your garden will surely become an oasis for bees, butterflies, and other insects. The perennial varieties in the mix provide habitat and food for pollinators to overwinter, so your garden will always be bursting with life! Reserve some Lemon Mint for yourself, too, as this fragrant herb has edible and medicinal properties.
Arrange pink wildflowers for gorgeous bouquets
Take (some) of the work out of growing cut flowers by planting our Tickled Pink collection. This mix of nine fabulous varieties is the perfect blend of rosy focal flowers paired with white accents. Grow a gorgeous cut flower patch without having to worry about starting seeds indoors, as these warm-season annuals are more than happy to be direct-seeded after the last frost.
When the plants do flower, the designing aspect is so easy—simply cut a handful for a bouquet worthy of a high-end floral shop. Put your arrangement in cold water and add a couple of tablespoons of sugar and vinegar (or aspirin) to help prolong the vase life.
Pink wildflower meadows are easy to grow and maintain
Calculate how much seed you think you’ll need using the Coverage tab at the bottom of the page next to Planting Instructions. At Eden Brothers, we sell out three Pink Wildflower Seeds by the pound because we know you just can’t get enough. To plant wildflower seeds, clear a space for planting. The soil doesn’t have to be fertilized, but the site should drain well and receive full sun. Mix wildflower seeds with a few tablespoons of sand and broadcast the mixture over your planting area.
Water the seeds to gently press them into the ground, and monitor the site over the next couple of weeks. Weed the young seedlings and water occasionally, but once wildflower seeds become established they are self-sufficient!
Growing flowers doesn’t have to be difficult. Once you see just how easy it is to plant and maintain a cut flower meadow, you’ll be tempted to turn over more and more of your yard to flower production, and we say, go for it!