YARD BY YARD COMMUNITY WILDFLOWER MIX
We are proud to be the source of high quality native wildflower seed for Oklahoma’s new “Yard by Yard Community Resiliency Project.”
What do wildflowers have to do with the strength, health, and resiliency of a city?
-Have deep root systems that pull rainwater into the earth, thus reducing flooding.
-Are adapted to local conditions and need no fertilizer or pesticide to thrive.
-Need no (or very little) watering once they are established.
-Feed our butterflies, bees, birds, and other pollinators that reside within or around our communities.
-Require much less maintenance than a lawn or turf grass.
White Prairie Clover
Black Eyed Susan
Purple Prairie Clover
Pale Purple Coneflower
The use of native plants is one of a variety of practices encouraged by the Yard by Yard Project.
- Regional Growing Zone
- 5 - Midwest
- USDA Plant Hardiness Zones
- 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
- Temperature Zone
- Warm, Transitional
- Bloom Period
- Spring - Fall
- Sun Requirement
- Full Sun
- Planting Season
- Early-Fall - Spring
- Plant Depth