Knee-Hi Wildflower Mix

One of our most popular mixtures, comprised of annuals and perennials that are generally less than 24 inches tall at maturity. Occasional replanting or yearly interseeding may be required to maintain a thick stand.

This mix is about 60% annual species and 40% perennial species.  40% perennial content is an adequate amount to last many years.  Over-seeding is recommended only if annuals are wanted in second year onward, or if there are bare spots that need to be filled in.  Perennials in the mixes should be adequate to fill in area on their own if establishment is good.  Over-seeding should be done in late fall or early spring before plants start to emerge.  If the area is cut down or mowed (4-6 inches) prior to over-seeding, it will make it easier to lightly rake in seed.

Rate per Acre: 8-12 lbs

Rate per 1,000 sq. ft.: 8 oz


% Composition Common Name Scientific Name
4.91% Dwarf Cornflower Centaurea cyanus
7.36% Siberian Wallflower Cheiranthus allionii
1.23% Godetia, Dwarf Clarkia amoena
7.36% Lance-Leaved Coreopsis Coreopsis lanceolata
0.81% Dwarf Plains Coreopsis Coreopsis tinctoria
9.81% Chinese Forget-Me-Nots Cynoglossum amabile
7.36% Rocket Larkspur Delphinium consolida
3.68% Sweet William Pinks Dianthus barbatus
3.06% Daisy, African Dimorphotheca sinuata
7.36% Poppy, California Eschscholzia californica
4.91% Blanketflower Gaillardia aristata
7.36% Annual Baby’s Breath Gypsophila elegans
9.81% Candytuft, Annual Iberis umbellata
7.36% Scarlet Flax Linum grandiflorum rubrum
7.36% Blue Flax Linum perenne
0.81% Sweet Alyssum Lobularia maritima
4.91% Corn Poppy Papaver rhoeas
1.84% Dwarf Red Coneflower Ratibida columnifera
0.24% Black Eyed Susan Rudbeckia hirta
1.23% Catchfly Silene armeria
1.23% Moss Verbena Verbena tenuisecta



Our wildflower mixtures contain 10-20 species providing natural beauty and pollinator habitat all season long. Plant into weed-free soil in spring, early summer or late fall. Weeds are inevitable during establishment; pull or mow weeds before they go to seed or become too competitive with the flowers.