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2 lbs. Butterfly and Hummingbird All-In-One Wild Flower Mix with Seed, Plant Food and Soil Conditioners

$1498
  • Mixture contains annual and perennial wildflower seeds and more
  • Easy to plant; blooms in season with minimum maintenance
  • Water right crystals indicate when watering is needed
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Brighten your landscape with a burst of brilliant, colorful flowers. EARTH SCIENCE makes it easy with this all-in-1 formula that contains natural wildflower seed, mulch, plant food, and soil conditioners. EARTH SCIENCE Butterfly and Hummingbird Mix is a carefully selected blend of wildflower species known to attract butterflies and hummingbirds, including zinnia, cosmos, Shasta daisy, sweet William, and black-eyed Susan.
  • EARTH SCIENCE products combine innovative technologies with earth-friendly ingredients
  • Includes a vibrant mixture of annuals and perennials with wildflowers that are attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds
  • Easy planting
  • Designed to bloom throughout the season with little maintenance
  • Water right crystals help tell you when to water

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TypeAnnualAnnualAnnualAnnual
Seed TypeFlowerFlowerFlowerFlower
Product Height (in.)10.4 in10.4 in10.4 in.75 in
Landscape Supply TypeSeedsSeedsSeedsSeeds
Product Size2 LB-Pound2 LB-Pound2 LB-Pound5 IN-Inches
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Dimensions

Mature Height8-60 incesProduct Depth (in.)3.2 in
Product Height (in.)10.4 inProduct Size2 LB-Pound
Product Width (in.)6 in

Details

Landscape Supply TypeSeedsMaximum Time to Bloom / Harvest (weeks)10
Maximum Time to Germinate (days)30Plant / Seed Spacing (in.)1 in
Returnable90-DaySeed TypeFlower
Sold asPacketTypeAnnual

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i planted the seeds in late winter in the ground for a few months I was losing hope but now its may and I'm very pleased all sorts of flowers bloomed and look gorgeous if your looking to fill up a space with flowers i would totally recommend this but be sour to keep in mind that in different states there's different cliemts so not all the flowers will bloom I live in South Carolina and I notest that the bachelor's button and zinnias did well and the bees and hummingbirds love my garden
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    Bought 4 bags! Covered 20 x 20 ft area
    I bought 4 bags of wildflower seeds. Threw them over a large area, watered and these beautiful flowers came up weeks later
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      First time buying this set. I would suggest planting in an area with full sunlight. I planted in several other areas and they all grew at a different rate because of the shade at different parts of the day. Seeding was successful as long as theres good soil. I would also suggest to space the seeds out. I actually didn't do that. I sprinkled the seeds too close together and just drizzle soil on top of it rather than raking them and spreading them farther that's why you see them too bunched together. Trial and error but overall was a success.
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        Coated seeds prevent the birds from digging them up and eating the seeds. We used 6 oz. in two 1 ...
        Coated seeds prevent the birds from digging them up and eating the seeds. We used 6 oz. in two 1 foot by 3 foot beds and this was not dense enough to get many plants. Also, it is necessary to soak the ground in order for the seeds to get wet enough to germinate inside their coating. The growth in the two different areas show in the pictures shows the result. I didn't see any sprouting in the 2nd area until I started soaking the soil (standing water) for 5 days. It looks like about, after 3 weeks, 50% of the seeds sprouted. More may sprout later. Bottom line, you need to use a lot of seeds to get a good return and apply lots of water. I can't tell what the flowers will look like since it will take a couple of months for enough growth for that to happen, which is normal.
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        Wow, I started these seeds in my greenhouse to give them as much of a head start a possible. Germ...
        Wow, I started these seeds in my greenhouse to give them as much of a head start a possible. Germination started DAY 2 after just brushing the pellets intro the upper layer of potting soil. Almost 3 weeks now and they are the 2nd tallest pants in the greenhouse, peas were planted a touch sooner. It's nearly June and the hummingbirds are back in the mountains so I hope to have these outside and blooming for the hungry beasts in a week or so.
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        It has been about two weeks and I think we have germination of the Earth Science Butterfly and Hu...
        It has been about two weeks and I think we have germination of the Earth Science Butterfly and Hummingbird Wild Flower mix starting for the last few days. It's hard to tell since we have a lot of weeds in the area that I am hoping to choke out with the wildflowers. We have only had two warm days so far with the rest cool and damp with frequent rain so that is making it tough to get new seed going. I only did a test patch since it is so early in the season but I am encouraged by the progress so far and looking forward to good growth as warmer weather starts in the next two weeks. The test patches will help me decide which Earth Science Wild Flower mix to use in different rocky or rough areas around the property.
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        One of my photos show the EARTH SCIENCE 2 lbs. Butterfly and Hummingbird All-In-One Wild Flower M...
        One of my photos show the EARTH SCIENCE 2 lbs. Butterfly and Hummingbird All-In-One Wild Flower Mix with Seed, Plant Food and Soil Conditioners after two weeks. The package contains “soil improvers”, fertilizer (nitrogen only) and over 5,000 seeds. This pouch also contains “WATER RIGHT™“ crystals, which is an indicator to prevent over or under watering. I can only trust that these crystals are working, as I see no evidence of it. The seeds sprouted quickly. With so many seeds, it’s impossible to know the germination rate – but who cares? I got a lot of plants coming up. It will be fun to see what blooms, and what the hummers and butterflies think of them.
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        This Earth Science Butterfly and Hummingbird mix contains 16 different varieties of wild flower s...
        This Earth Science Butterfly and Hummingbird mix contains 16 different varieties of wild flower seeds as well as plant food and soil conditioners all in the form of pellets. How much easier can it be? This mix contains over 5000 seeds! I prepared our planting area as directed, sprinkled the pellets about, raked a bit and watered them in. I think the key is to make certain the area is keep moist enough for germination. Looking forward to seeing them sprout and eventually keeping the butterflies and hummingbirds happy!
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        With Earth Day month ending, what better way to help our plant, Earth, look prettier and help sus...
        With Earth Day month ending, what better way to help our plant, Earth, look prettier and help sustain the birds and the bees (hopefully, the birds will not eat the seeds before they bloom - BIG SMILEY FACE) by sowing EARTH SCIENCE BUTTERFLY AND HUMMINGBIRD ALL-IN-IN WILD FLOWER MIX, available at HOME DEPOT; am looking forward to a beautiful, natural flower garden when these EARTH SICENCE BUTTERFLY AND HUMMINGBIRD MIX SEEDS bloom; of course, easy to "install"; just soak the soil with water and throw the seeds (for all you "non-gardeners" or "beginners", instructions are included); a plus with this EARTH SCIENCE AND BUTTERLY AND HUMMINGBIRD MIX is that it has plant food and soil conditioners, so no need to toil after sowing your seeds; here's to the bird and the bees and a beautiful field of lowers!
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        EARTH SCIENCE 2 lbs. Butterfly and Hummingbird All-In-One Wildflower Mix with Seed, Plant Food an...
        EARTH SCIENCE 2 lbs. Butterfly and Hummingbird All-In-One Wildflower Mix with Seed, Plant Food and Soil Conditioners. The mix contains 1.24% mixture of 16 different wildflower seeds. The flower mix contains both annuals and perennial varieties for continuous blooms. The mixture is a blend known to attract butterflies and hummingbirds. The remainder of the mix, 98% is inert matter, fertilizer, and polymer. I assume the polymer is used to indicate moisture in the soil. It will glow when there is sufficient moisture and stop glowing when the polymer dries out. Looking into the bag, it is difficult to see the small amount of flower seed in the mix. The inert ingredients are large in comparison. I started the seed in in garden soil and watered twice daily to see how long it would take to germinate. After three days of watering, I started to see very small signs of life widespread throughout the four-square foot planting. I am sure it will take many more days or weeks before I see any flowers.
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