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Model #83025-6

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Hummingbird and Butterfly Shaker

  • Includes 12 types of seeds of colored annuals and perennials
  • Germinate with little effort to produce beautiful plants
  • Sufficient to create vibrant flora in large areas
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Create a wonderful backyard oasis for butterflies and bees with Stover's widlflower shaker. This great value size wildflower container is great for large areas. A full range of colors with the great variety of seeds available in this mix.
  • 12 species
  • Colorful mixture of annuals and perennials
  • Attracts wildlife
  • Easy to grow
  • Great Economy Size

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Specifications

Dimensions

Mature Height
48 inches
Product Depth (in.)
4
Product Height (in.)
4
Product Size
17 OZ-Ounce
Product Width (in.)
6

Details

Landscape Supply Type
Seeds
Maximum Time to Bloom / Harvest (weeks)
5
Maximum Time to Germinate (days)
10
Plant / Seed Spacing (in.)
2 in
Seed Type
Flower
Sold as
Packet
Type
Annual

Questions & Answers

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First question: part of my back yard has a lot of trees and would like to plant these in this lo...

Asked by Mark45208 October 20, 2020
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Hi Mark45208. Thank you for your question. Most species of wildflowers require six to eight hours of sunlight. Less sunlight will produce plants that are leggy, weak and without flowers. A few species, and one of our mixtures, will tolerate partial shade (at least four hours of sunlight). Do not attempt to seed areas that have dense shade. The best way the area would be to manually pull all the weeds out of the desired planning area. You will leave some weed seeds behind but overseeding with your seed pack will help to dwarf the weed seed production. As they grow and mature you and gently pull the weeds out. If you can wait for a week or two after pulling the weeds to plant your seeds, water the area well and wait for the weed seeds to germinate and then remove them. Repeat as often as you can before planning your wildflower seeds. Please let us know if we can be of further assistance. Rick_HD_OC

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Works good outside and in germination station....
Works good outside and in germination station.
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After less than 1 week, Home Depot has asked for a review of wild flower seeds. Well, nothing ha...
After less than 1 week, Home Depot has asked for a review of wild flower seeds. Well, nothing has come up so I'm guessing a complete waste of money. /s
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Response from StoverAugust 17, 2018
The great thing about Wildflower seeds is that they are very, very hardy! Even if you don't see any germination now please be patient! Once the winter rains start you will be very please to see a full field of flowers growing. Heat is an enemy of plants and seeds especially but fear not, these will grow and you will be happy.

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Except my gardener thought it was weeds and hoed it...
Except my gardener thought it was weeds and hoed it out. ☹️
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Response from StoverOctober 23, 2018
Oops.

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apparently dandelions attract butterflies and humming birds
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I planted my butterfly and humming bird mix about two weeks ago so far the only thing that's come up is dandelions. I'm gonna give it another two weeks before i request new seed. i'm very disappointed.
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