In Choosing your native New England Wildflower Seed Pouch, either for a full sun area or partial shade, be assured each seed pouch contains “True Native Wildflowers”, meaning they are native to the New England Region.
The Full Sun Pouch will begin blossoming in June with Lance-leaf Coreopsis, and the last flower to hold color into the fall is Calico Aster. The beautiful native grasses will provide a natural habitat for birds, and provide a healthy seed diet for the Cardinals, Buntings, Grosbeaks, Sparrows, Towhees and many more. The native switch grass seed will also provide a natural food source and stand out with a beautiful yellowish tone in contrast to the rich auburn color of the Big Blue Stem throughout the winter. Wildflower seeds in this pouch are: Big Blue Stem, Common Milkweed, Lance-leaf Coreopsis, Wild Lupine, Wild Bergamot, Switchgrass, Cut-leaf Coneflower, Butterfly Milkweed, Calico Aster, and Sky Blue Aster.
The Partial Sun Pouch is beautifully designed, the flowers will start blossoming late June and continue with diverse colors through July, August, September and into October with the beautiful Blue-Stemmed Goldenrod, going full steam into the fall. Swamp Milkweed is a host to the Monarch Butterfly, around July and August be sure to be on the look-out for their caterpillars as they eat the leaves of the Swamp Milkweed and form their chrysalis on nearby safe places. Enjoy nature’s garden and the beautiful creatures that visit. Wildflower seeds in this pouch are: Boneset, New England Aster, Turtlehead, Joe-Pye-weed, Northern Blazing Star, Mountain Mint, Cardinal Flower, Swamp Milkweed, Blue Vervain, Blue-stemmed Goldenrod.