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Name: Semi Low Growing Wildflower Mix

Native / Introduced: Native & Introduced


~Use on valley floors to midmountain elevations

~Used as a pollinator

~Beautification projects

Height: 6-24 inches

Sun or Shade: Full sun and partial shade

Minimum Precipitation: 10-20 inches

Lifecycle: Annual & Perennial

Planting Seed Rate:

~7-14 lbs/acre

~2-4 oz./1,000 sq. foot

Estimated Seeds Per Pound: Approximately 585,000

Optimal Planting Season: Fall

Planting Depth: Surface to 1/8 inch

Stratification Required: Cold stratify if not planting in the fall

Category: Wildflower Mixes



This Semi-Low Growing Wildflower Mix is a collection of short spectacular eye-catching wildflowers, all reaching a maximum height of about 2 feet at maturity. The combination of these plants is designed to provide a visually appealing and diverse display of color and texture. This mix is primarily well-suited for use as groundcovers or as border plants. It is best adapted to areas with valley floors to midmountain elevations and an annual precipitation level of 10-20 inches.

Wildland Seed takes pride in providing wildflower mixtures free from any additives or fillers, ensuring maximum seed content for every dollar invested.

If you are interested in planting a small amount of grass with this mix, we recommend a small bunch grass such as Sheep Fescue.

The actual species used in the mix may vary slightly from one season to another.


Species included:

Baby Snapdragon, Bachelor Button, Blue Flax, Blue Mountain Penstemon, Clasping Coneflower, Flander Poppy, Iceland Poppy, Lance-leaved Coreopsis, Mexican Hat, Mountain Phlox, Nelsons Larkspur, Prairie Coneflower, Rhexia-leaf Paintbrush, Scarlet Flax, Scarlet Globemallow, Sulfur Buckwheat, Utah Sweetvetch, Wallflower, Western Yarrow, White Evening Primrose and Wild Lupine

Low Growing Wildflower Seed Mix


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