Here's a great seed mix for low moist areas that tend to stay damp throughout the growing season. This is also an excellent choice for establishing native plants in large rain gardens where the use of transplants may be cost-prohibitive. The species in this mix tolerate periodic flooding for a day or two, as well as dry periods between rainstorms. Not recommended for dry sandy soils that drain rapidly and do not retain moisture. You'll be amazed how many birds and butterflies will be attracted to your Moist Meadow/Rain Garden planting!
WILDFLOWERS: Nodding Pink Onion, Red Milkweed, New England Aster, White False Indigo, Wild Senna, Joe Pye Weed, Boneset, Dogtooth Daisy, Ox Eye Sunflower, Wild Iris, Blue Flag Iris, Prairie Blazingstar, Dense Blazingstar, Cardinal Flower, Great Blue Lobelia , Monkeyflower, Bergamot, Wild Quinine, Smooth Penstemon, Yellow Coneflower, Black Eyed Susan, Green Headed Coneflower, Sweet Black Eyed Susan, Brown Eyed Susan, Ohio Goldenrod, Stiff Goldenrod, Blue Vervain, Ironweed, Golden Alexanders
GRASSES & SEDGES: Bebb's Sedge, Bottlebrush Sedge, Porcupine Sedge, Awl Fruited Sedge, Fox Sedge, Canada Wild Rye, Virginia Wild Rye, Dark Green Bulrush, Woolgrass
Contains at least 20 wildflowers and 6 or more grasses, sedges & bulrushes.
Establishing a native plant community from seed can take 3 years or more, read our Seed Mix Establishment Guide.
All seed is Pure Live Seed (PLS). One PLS pound is defined as the weight of seed required to equal one pound of 100% pure, germinable seed. This is calculated based upon each seed lot's purity and germination tests. We track the ecotype origin of our seed inventory and provide this information at customer request.