Willamette Valley Pollinator Mix from Steele Acres Native Seed
A unique balance of annuals and perennials (native to the Willamette Valley) that will provide season long bloom for multiple years! This mix contains species that are recommended by the Xerces Society and the Natural Resources Conservation Service to attract a diverse array of native pollinators. A small amount of native bunchgrass has been added to provide structure and habitat for ground nesting bees.
Coverage: 10 grams covers 100sqft. Coverage areas are based on an average of sowing rate of 60 seeds per foot.
Contains: (percent is listed by the number of seeds of each species in the mix)
Western Yarrow - Achillea millefolium ssp. occidentalis 2%
Great Camas - Camassia leichtlinii 1%
Farewell-to-Spring - Clarkia amoena 7%
Grand Collomia - Collomia grandiflora 3%
California Oatgrass - Danthonia californica 5%
Oregon Sunshine - Eriophyllum lanatum 7%
Roemer's Fescue - Festuca roemeri 6%
Blue Globe Gilia - Gilia capitata 4%
Willamette Valley Gumweed - Grindelia integrifolia 4%
Riverbank Lupine - Lupinus rivularis 1%
Spring Madia - Madia elegans 5%
Sea Blush - Plectritis congesta 8%
Slender Cinquefoil - Potentilla gracilis 5%
Self-Heal - Prunella vulgaris ssp. lanceolata 10%
Western Buttercup - Ranunculus occidentalis var. occidentalis 5%
Meadow Checkermallow - Sidalcea campestris 3%
Rose Checkermallow - Sidalcea virgata 3%
Goldenrod - Solidago canadensis 15%
Sowing instructions- scatter seed on loose-weed free soil anytime between September and November or in March. Seed can be lightly raked in to increase seed-to-soil contact, but be careful not to cover the seed with more than 1/4" soil.