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BULK x Apache Arrowleaf Clover Seeds – Attracts HONEYBEES – DEER & WILDLIFE PLOT – REPLACES LAWN – By MySeeds.Co (180000 Seeds – 1 LB)

This plant is attractive to bees, butterflies and/or birds

Flowers are fragrant

Average Water Needs; Water regularly; do not overwater

Self-sows freely; deadhead if you do not want volunteer seedlings next season

Clover is a host plant for many smaller butterfly larvae, food for wildlife, nectar source for bees and butterflies and is recommended as a great ground cover in place of a lawn.

Apache Arrowleaf Clover

Apache Arrowleaf Clover Seed – Apache Arrowleaf Clover Seed – Apache Arrowleaf Clover is an annual cool season re-seeding clover. Apache Arrowleaf clover is a great choice for fall and winter livestock forage and wildlife food plots.

Apache Arrowleaf Clover is an annual reseeding clover developed by the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station at Texas A&M University. By eliminating the genetic trait for susceptibility, Apache, unlike Yuchi, is resistant to lethal wilt. Apache is also tolerant to BYMV disease, and when infected has a higher survival rate than Yuchi.

Apache has greater forage production in early spring than Yuchi and its total season forage production is greater or equal to that of Yuchi. Apache flowers 10-14 days earlier than Yuchi. Apache Clover is commonly planted with ryegrass or small grains for spring forage.

Planting Rate: 10-15 lbs. per acre
Planting Depth: 1/4 – 1/2 inch
Planting Time: Fall
Type: Annual Reseeding
Application: Wildlife Food Plots, Cattle Forage
pH: 6.5-8
Soil: Medium to High Moisture

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  • Apache Arrowleaf Clover
  • This plant is attractive to bees, butterflies and/or birds Flowers are fragrant Average Water Needs; Water regularly; do not overwater Self-sows freely; deadhead if you do not want volunteer seedlings next season Clover is a host plant for many smaller butterfly larvae, food for wildlife, nectar source for bees and butterflies and is recommended as a great ground cover in place of a lawn.
  • Planting Rate: 10-15 lbs. per acre Planting Depth: 1/4 – 1/2 inch Planting Time: Fall Type: Annual Reseeding Application: Wildlife Food Plots, Cattle Forage pH: 6.5-8 Soil: Medium to High Moisture
  • Apache Arrowleaf Clover Apache Arrowleaf Clover Seed – Apache Arrowleaf Clover Seed – Apache Arrowleaf Clover is an annual cool season re-seeding clover. Apache Arrowleaf clover is a great choice for fall and winter livestock forage and wildlife food plots. Apache Arrowleaf Clover is an annual reseeding clover developed by the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station at Texas A&M University. By eliminating the genetic trait for susceptibility, Apache, unlike Yuchi, is resistant to lethal wilt. Apache is also tolerant to BYMV disease, and when infected has a higher survival rate than Yuchi. Apache has greater forage production in early spring than Yuchi and its total season forage production is greater or equal to that of Yuchi. Apache flowers 10-14 days earlier than Yuchi. Apache Clover is commonly planted with ryegrass or small grains for spring forage.

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Seeds and Things Columbine Eastern Red 50+ Seeds Attracts Hummingbirds and Butterflies

Aquilegia canadensis, or Columbine, is a well-known and popular perennial that is very attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. The foliage is lacey looking and bluish green in color. This variety, Eastern Red, is native to the United States, and it has bell-shaped flowers of red with a yellow corolla. The bloom season is late spring through the first of summer, and after the blooms are spent, cut the plant back, and the foliage still adds an attractive ground cover. These perennials add beauty to meadows, woodlands, and look wonderful in natural settings. Columbines prefer full sun to partial shade and rich well-drained soil. They are hardy plants, and they are usually resistant to deer. Start the seeds directly outside in a sunny location in early spring. The cold temperatures help to break the dormancy of the seed. Use 3 – 4 seeds per plant and space them about 16 inches apart, press the seed into soil but do not cover it and keep the seed moist. Once temperatures warm, around 68F, germination is usually within 28 days. In areas with a late spring, the seed can be started indoors 6 – 8 weeks before the last frost is expected and transplanted outside when frost danger has passed. Columbines readily reseed themselves.

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  • Features: Attracts hummingbirds, and butterflies. Deer resistant
  • Grows from Canada south to northern Florida Height: 32 inches
  • This is a relatively low maintenance perennial

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BLUE LEWIS FLAX Seed – Linum lewisii – Attracts BIRDS & BUTTERFLIES

Blue Flax Blue Flax (Linum lewisii ) is a perennial flower in the family Linaceae and is native to North American from Alaska south to Baja, California and from the Pacific Coast east to the Mississippi River.

It should be planted in loose, dry, well-drained soil in full sun or partial shade. It will reseed itself, so if volunteer seedlings are not wanted the blooms need to be deadheaded.

It is excellent for attracting birds and butterflies. Other common name: Lewis flax, blue flax or prairie flax P

  • Color: blue
  • Cycle:┬áPerennial
  • Origin: Native
  • Height: 24-36″
  • Germination Time: 20-25 Days
  • Planting Season: Spring and Fall
  • Bloom Season: Spring
  • Other common name: Lewis flax, blue flax or prairie flax

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European Highbush CRANBERRY – Shrub Tree Seeds – ATTRACTS HONEY BEES & BUTTERFLIES – Height: 8 to 15 feet – Hardy Zones 3 – 8 (0005 Seeds – 5 Seeds – Pkt. Size)

European Highbush, cranberry Viburnum opulus, Seeds Cultivation and uses It is commonly grown as an ornamental plant for its flowers and berries, growing best on moist, moderately alkaline soils, though tolerating most soil types well. Several cultivars have been selected, including ‘Roseum’ (synonym ‘Sterile’, ‘Snowball’), in which all the flowers are only of the larger sterile type, with globular flower heads. There is some confusion, as there are a few other bushes, including other members of the Viburnum genus, also referred to as “snowball bush”. The shrub is also cultivated as a component of hedgerows, cover plantings, and as part of other naturalistic plantings in its native regions. It is naturalised in North America, where it has been misleadingly re-named as “European Cranberrybush” (it is not a cranberry). The fruit is edible in small quantities, with a very acidic taste; it can be used to make jelly. It is however very mildly toxic, and may cause vomiting or diarrhea if eaten in large amounts (Plants for a Future). The dried bark is used in a tincture, known as “Cramp Bark,” to alleviate painful menstrual cramps. This herb is often used for treating feminine problems like menstrual cramps, postpartum discomfort, preventing miscarriages and internal hemorrhages and is used as a uterine sedative also. Additionally, it has a reputation for lowering diastolic blood pressure because of a reputed action on smooth muscle, and is both a smooth and skeletal muscle relaxant and antispasmodic. Hardy, Adaptable, Easy to Grow, Showy Flowers, Fall Color, Showy Edible Fruits, Attracts Birds and Butterflies, Wildlife Food/Shelter, Hedge/Shrub Border, Bonsai, Cold, Heat, Drought and Wind Tolerant The European Highbush cranberry is native to Europe, Asia and N. Africa. It is a deciduous shrub with a rounded, upright spreading and sometimes archinghabit. It typically grows to 10-15′ tall. The leaves are three lobed, maple-like, shiny dark green turning an

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  • European Highbush CRANBERRY
  • Shrub Tree Seeds
  • ATTRACTS HONEY BEES & BUTTERFLIES – Height: 8 to 15 feet
  • Hardy Zones 3 – 8
  • European Highbush, cranberry Viburnum opulus, Seeds Cultivation and uses It is commonly grown as an ornamental plant for its flowers and berries, growing best on moist, moderately alkaline soils, though tolerating most soil types well. Several cultivars have been selected, including ‘Roseum’ (synonym ‘Sterile’, ‘Snowball’), in which all the flowers are only of the larger sterile type, with globular flower heads. There is some confusion, as there are a few other bushes, including other members of the Viburnum genus, also referred to as “snowball bush”. The shrub is also cultivated as a component of hedgerows, cover plantings, and as part of other naturalistic plantings in its native regions. It is naturalised in North America, where it has been misleadingly re-named as “European Cranberrybush” (it is not a cranberry). The fruit is edible in small quantities, with a very acidic taste; it can be used to make jelly. It is however very mildly toxic, and may cause vomiting or diarrhea if eaten in large amounts (Plants for a Future). The dried bark is used in a tincture, known as “Cramp Bark,” to alleviate painful menstrual cramps. This herb is often used for treating feminine problems like menstrual cramps, postpartum discomfort, preventing miscarriages and internal hemorrhages and is used as a uterine sedative also. Additionally, it has a reputation for lowering diastolic blood pressure because of a reputed action on smooth muscle, and is both a smooth and skeletal muscle relaxant and antispasmodic. Hardy, Adaptable, Easy to Grow, Showy Flowers, Fall Color, Showy Edible Fruits, Attracts Birds and Butterflies, Wildlife Food/Shelter, Hedge/Shrub Border, Bonsai, Cold, Heat, Drought and Wind Tolerant The European Highbush cranberry is native to Europe, Asia and N. Africa. It is a deciduous shrub with a rounded, upright spreading and sometimes archinghabit. It typically grows to 10-15′ tall. The leaves are three lobed, maple-like, shiny dark green turning an

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BULK WHOLESALE – Clematis vitalba, Old man’s beard, Traveller’s Joy – CLEMATIS SEEDS – Attracts Butterflies & Honey Bees – Zones 4 and UP – By MySeeds.Co (02500 Seeds – 1/4 oz)

Clematis vitalba (also known as Old man’s beard and Traveller’s Joy) is a shrub of the Ranunculaceae family.

Clematis vitalba is a climbing shrub with branched, grooved stems, deciduous leaves, and scented greeny-white flowers with fluffy underlying sepals. The many fruits formed in each inflorescence have long silky appendages which, seen together, give the characteristic appearance of Old Man’s beard. The grooves along the stems of C. vitalba can easily be felt when handling the plant.

The flowers of this species are eaten by the larvae of moths including The V-Pug and Double-striped Pug and the leaves by Willow Beauty.

The leaves are analgesic, diuretic and rubefacient. The boiled roots and stems are used as a cure for the itch. When applied in the nostrils, the plant juice has been used to relieve migraine attacks, but it can also destroy the mucous membranes. The plant should not be taken internally because it is poisonous.

A homeopathic remedy is made from the plant. It is used in the treatment of rheumatism and skin eruptions. The plant is used in Bach flower remedies – the keywords for prescribing it are ‘Indifference’, ‘Dreaminess’, ‘Inattention’ and ‘Unconsciousness’. It is also one of the five ingredients in the ‘Rescue remedy’.

Characteristics
Medicinal
Moist Soil
Wildlife Food
Weed
Fragrant Flowers
Fast Growth
Butterfly Attracting
Flowering Vine

Growing Info:
Scarification: Soak in water, let stand in water for 24 hours.
Stratification: cold stratify for 60 days.
Germination: sow seed 1/16″ deep, tamp the soil, lightly mulch the seed bed.
Other: can be fall sown without stratification.

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  • Clematis vitalba – Zones 4 +
  • also known as Old man’s beard and Traveller’s Joy
  • Clematis vitalba (also known as Old man’s beard and Traveller’s Joy) is a shrub of the Ranunculaceae family. Clematis vitalba is a climbing shrub with branched, grooved stems, deciduous leaves, and scented greeny-white flowers with fluffy underlying sepals. The many fruits formed in each inflorescence have long silky appendages which, seen together, give the characteristic appearance of Old Man’s beard. The grooves along the stems of C. vitalba can easily be felt when handling the plant.
  • Characteristics Medicinal Moist Soil Wildlife Food Weed Fragrant Flowers Fast Growth Butterfly Attracting Flowering Vine Growing Info: Scarification: Soak in water, let stand in water for 24 hours. Stratification: cold stratify for 60 days. Germination: sow seed 1/16″ deep, tamp the soil, lightly mulch the seed bed. Other: can be fall sown without stratification.
  • The flowers of this species are eaten by the larvae of moths including The V-Pug and Double-striped Pug and the leaves by Willow Beauty. The leaves are analgesic, diuretic and rubefacient. The boiled roots and stems are used as a cure for the itch. When applied in the nostrils, the plant juice has been used to relieve migraine attacks, but it can also destroy the mucous membranes. The plant should not be taken internally because it is poisonous. A homeopathic remedy is made from the plant. It is used in the treatment of rheumatism and skin eruptions. The plant is used in Bach flower remedies – the keywords for prescribing it are ‘Indifference’, ‘Dreaminess’, ‘Inattention’ and ‘Unconsciousness’. It is also one of the five ingredients in the ‘Rescue remedy’.

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European Highbush CRANBERRY – Shrub Tree Seeds – ATTRACTS HONEY BEES & BUTTERFLIES – Height: 8 to 15 feet – Hardy Zones 3 – 8 (0100 Seeds – 100 Seeds)

European Highbush, cranberry Viburnum opulus, Seeds Cultivation and uses It is commonly grown as an ornamental plant for its flowers and berries, growing best on moist, moderately alkaline soils, though tolerating most soil types well. Several cultivars have been selected, including ‘Roseum’ (synonym ‘Sterile’, ‘Snowball’), in which all the flowers are only of the larger sterile type, with globular flower heads. There is some confusion, as there are a few other bushes, including other members of the Viburnum genus, also referred to as “snowball bush”. The shrub is also cultivated as a component of hedgerows, cover plantings, and as part of other naturalistic plantings in its native regions. It is naturalised in North America, where it has been misleadingly re-named as “European Cranberrybush” (it is not a cranberry). The fruit is edible in small quantities, with a very acidic taste; it can be used to make jelly. It is however very mildly toxic, and may cause vomiting or diarrhea if eaten in large amounts (Plants for a Future). The dried bark is used in a tincture, known as “Cramp Bark,” to alleviate painful menstrual cramps. This herb is often used for treating feminine problems like menstrual cramps, postpartum discomfort, preventing miscarriages and internal hemorrhages and is used as a uterine sedative also. Additionally, it has a reputation for lowering diastolic blood pressure because of a reputed action on smooth muscle, and is both a smooth and skeletal muscle relaxant and antispasmodic. Hardy, Adaptable, Easy to Grow, Showy Flowers, Fall Color, Showy Edible Fruits, Attracts Birds and Butterflies, Wildlife Food/Shelter, Hedge/Shrub Border, Bonsai, Cold, Heat, Drought and Wind Tolerant The European Highbush cranberry is native to Europe, Asia and N. Africa. It is a deciduous shrub with a rounded, upright spreading and sometimes archinghabit. It typically grows to 10-15′ tall. The leaves are three lobed, maple-like, shiny dark green turning an

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  • European Highbush CRANBERRY
  • Shrub Tree Seeds
  • ATTRACTS HONEY BEES & BUTTERFLIES – Height: 8 to 15 feet
  • Hardy Zones 3 – 8
  • European Highbush, cranberry Viburnum opulus, Seeds Cultivation and uses It is commonly grown as an ornamental plant for its flowers and berries, growing best on moist, moderately alkaline soils, though tolerating most soil types well. Several cultivars have been selected, including ‘Roseum’ (synonym ‘Sterile’, ‘Snowball’), in which all the flowers are only of the larger sterile type, with globular flower heads. There is some confusion, as there are a few other bushes, including other members of the Viburnum genus, also referred to as “snowball bush”. The shrub is also cultivated as a component of hedgerows, cover plantings, and as part of other naturalistic plantings in its native regions. It is naturalised in North America, where it has been misleadingly re-named as “European Cranberrybush” (it is not a cranberry). The fruit is edible in small quantities, with a very acidic taste; it can be used to make jelly. It is however very mildly toxic, and may cause vomiting or diarrhea if eaten in large amounts (Plants for a Future). The dried bark is used in a tincture, known as “Cramp Bark,” to alleviate painful menstrual cramps. This herb is often used for treating feminine problems like menstrual cramps, postpartum discomfort, preventing miscarriages and internal hemorrhages and is used as a uterine sedative also. Additionally, it has a reputation for lowering diastolic blood pressure because of a reputed action on smooth muscle, and is both a smooth and skeletal muscle relaxant and antispasmodic. Hardy, Adaptable, Easy to Grow, Showy Flowers, Fall Color, Showy Edible Fruits, Attracts Birds and Butterflies, Wildlife Food/Shelter, Hedge/Shrub Border, Bonsai, Cold, Heat, Drought and Wind Tolerant The European Highbush cranberry is native to Europe, Asia and N. Africa. It is a deciduous shrub with a rounded, upright spreading and sometimes archinghabit. It typically grows to 10-15′ tall. The leaves are three lobed, maple-like, shiny dark green turning an

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BULK x Apache Arrowleaf Clover Seeds – Attracts HONEYBEES – DEER & WILDLIFE PLOT – REPLACES LAWN – By MySeeds.Co (045000 Seeds – 4 oz)

This plant is attractive to bees, butterflies and/or birds

Flowers are fragrant

Average Water Needs; Water regularly; do not overwater

Self-sows freely; deadhead if you do not want volunteer seedlings next season

Clover is a host plant for many smaller butterfly larvae, food for wildlife, nectar source for bees and butterflies and is recommended as a great ground cover in place of a lawn.

Apache Arrowleaf Clover

Apache Arrowleaf Clover Seed – Apache Arrowleaf Clover Seed – Apache Arrowleaf Clover is an annual cool season re-seeding clover. Apache Arrowleaf clover is a great choice for fall and winter livestock forage and wildlife food plots.

Apache Arrowleaf Clover is an annual reseeding clover developed by the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station at Texas A&M University. By eliminating the genetic trait for susceptibility, Apache, unlike Yuchi, is resistant to lethal wilt. Apache is also tolerant to BYMV disease, and when infected has a higher survival rate than Yuchi.

Apache has greater forage production in early spring than Yuchi and its total season forage production is greater or equal to that of Yuchi. Apache flowers 10-14 days earlier than Yuchi. Apache Clover is commonly planted with ryegrass or small grains for spring forage.

Planting Rate: 10-15 lbs. per acre
Planting Depth: 1/4 – 1/2 inch
Planting Time: Fall
Type: Annual Reseeding
Application: Wildlife Food Plots, Cattle Forage
pH: 6.5-8
Soil: Medium to High Moisture

Product Features

  • Apache Arrowleaf Clover
  • This plant is attractive to bees, butterflies and/or birds Flowers are fragrant Average Water Needs; Water regularly; do not overwater Self-sows freely; deadhead if you do not want volunteer seedlings next season Clover is a host plant for many smaller butterfly larvae, food for wildlife, nectar source for bees and butterflies and is recommended as a great ground cover in place of a lawn.
  • Planting Rate: 10-15 lbs. per acre Planting Depth: 1/4 – 1/2 inch Planting Time: Fall Type: Annual Reseeding Application: Wildlife Food Plots, Cattle Forage pH: 6.5-8 Soil: Medium to High Moisture
  • Apache Arrowleaf Clover Apache Arrowleaf Clover Seed – Apache Arrowleaf Clover Seed – Apache Arrowleaf Clover is an annual cool season re-seeding clover. Apache Arrowleaf clover is a great choice for fall and winter livestock forage and wildlife food plots. Apache Arrowleaf Clover is an annual reseeding clover developed by the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station at Texas A&M University. By eliminating the genetic trait for susceptibility, Apache, unlike Yuchi, is resistant to lethal wilt. Apache is also tolerant to BYMV disease, and when infected has a higher survival rate than Yuchi. Apache has greater forage production in early spring than Yuchi and its total season forage production is greater or equal to that of Yuchi. Apache flowers 10-14 days earlier than Yuchi. Apache Clover is commonly planted with ryegrass or small grains for spring forage.

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BLUE FLAX Flower Seeds – Linum lewisii – LEWIS FLAX Seed – Attracts BIRDS & BUTTERFLY ~ PERENNIAL Flower ~!! (001500 Seeds – 1500 Seeds – Pkt size)

Blue Flax

Blue Flax (Linum lewisii ) is a perennial flower in the family Linaceae and is native to North American from Alaska south to Baja, California and from the Pacific Coast east to the Mississippi River. It should be planted in loose, dry, well-drained soil in full sun or partial shade. It will reseed itself, so if volunteer seedlings are not wanted the blooms need to be deadheaded. It is excellent for attracting birds and butterflies.

Other common name: Lewis flax, blue flax or prairie flax

Product Details:

Product Name: Blue Flax
Latin Name: Linum lewisii
Type: Flower
Color: blue
Cycle: Perennial
Origin: Native
Height: 24-36″
Germination Time: 20-25 Days
Planting Season: Spring and Fall
Bloom Season: Spring

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  • Blue Flax (Linum lewisii ) ~!!
  • Other common name: Lewis flax, blue flax or prairie flax ~!!
  • Blue Flax Blue Flax (Linum lewisii ) is a perennial flower in the family Linaceae and is native to North American from Alaska south to Baja, California and from the Pacific Coast east to the Mississippi River. It should be planted in loose, dry, well-drained soil in full sun or partial shade. It will reseed itself, so if volunteer seedlings are not wanted the blooms need to be deadheaded. It is excellent for attracting birds and butterflies. Other common name: Lewis flax, blue flax or prairie flax Product Details: Product Name: Blue Flax Latin Name: Linum lewisii Type: Flower Color: blue Cycle: Perennial Origin: Native Height: 24-36″ Germination Time: 20-25 Days Planting Season: Spring and Fall Bloom Season: Spring

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Columbine McKana’s Giant Mix – Aquilegia hybrida – FLOWER SEED Seeds – PREFERS PARTIAL SHADES – Attracts Hummingbirds And Butterflies – Zone 3-10 (00200 Seeds – Pkt)

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Perennial Hybrid. Colorful perennial with long spurred flowers. This woodland species prefers rich soil and partial shade. Pack covers approximately 10 sq ft if broadcast. When plants reach 4″, thin to 12″ – 18″ apart. Keep the seeds cool and moist for 3-4 weeks to dramatically improve germination rates. Blooms second spring from seed.

Flowers: Multi-colored flowers. Blooms in summer

Attracts: Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies

Soil: Prefers rich, moist soil

Native: Europe

USDA Zone: 3-10

Planting Depth: 1/8″

Days to Germinate: 21-28 Days

Height At Maturity: 2′-3′

Sun/Shade Requirements: Shade

Water Needs: Moderate Water

Description
‘McKana Giant’ is an extra large flowered Columbine available in a wide assortment of colors. The flowers either face outwards or are nodding. Once the perennial begins blooming flowers can be expected for 4 to 6 weeks. Removing spent flowers helps to encourage new flower growth. McKana Giants large blossoms are good for cutting, but they only last a few days once removed from the plant.

How to grow
Columbines are perfect for the middle of a sunny, moisture retentive border. They attract butterflies and bees. Columbine is also a great choice for rock gardens, naturalizing and they make beautiful accent in a bouquet of cut flowers or arrangements.

Note: Columbine seed needs to be chilled for 3 to 4 weeks before it will germinate. Place the entire seed package in the refrigerator for 3 to 4 weeks… then sow as usual.

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100 x GOLDEN Autumn Beauty Sunflower Seeds – Helianthus annuus Seed – DROUGHT TOLERANT – GOLD, BROWN, DEEP RED Extended Blooms – Attracts Butterflies and Birds – ZONES 1 – 10

~ ~ ~ WE OFFER BOTH PKT. & BULK SIZES ~ ~ Sunflower Seeds – Autumn Beauty Common Name Sunflower Botanical Name Helianthus annuus Cycle Annual Color Red/Yellow/Orange/Bronze Height 5-6′ tall Origin Native Germination Time 10-20 days depending on soil and weather conditions. Planting Season Spring/ Fall Bloom Season Summer Light Requirements Full Sun, Mostly Sunny, Half Sun / Half Shade Soil Moisture Dry, Average, Moist/Wet, Well Drained Will Tolerate Sandy Soil, Loamy Soil, Clay Soil, Moist/Wet Soil, Drought/Dry Soil Ideal Growing Region All regions of North America Zones 1-10 Other Information Hedge / Screen, Showy Flowers, Extended Blooms, Easy to Grow

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  • Sunflower Seeds – Autumn Beauty Common Name Sunflower Botanical Name Helianthus annuus Cycle Annual Color Red/Yellow/Orange/Bronze Height 5-6′ tall Origin Native Germination Time 10-20 days depending on soil and weather conditions. Planting Season Spring/ Fall Bloom Season Summer Light Requirements Full Sun, Mostly Sunny, Half Sun / Half Shade Soil Moisture Dry, Average, Moist/Wet, Well Drained Will Tolerate Sandy Soil, Loamy Soil, Clay Soil, Moist/Wet Soil, Drought/Dry Soil Ideal Growing Region All regions of North America Zones 1-10 Other Information Hedge / Screen, Showy Flowers, Extended Blooms, Easy to Grow

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