This full to part sun collection is curated with 5 wildflower varieties to attract hummingbirds and songbirds to your garden. Wild Columbine and Wild Bergamot provide a nectar source for hummingbirds, the fluffy seed head of Thimbleweed is used by birds as a nesting material, the seeds of Wild Lupine are a food source and the cup-shaped leaves of Cup Plant provide a natural watering hole for birds.
Note: Wild Columbine, Wild Lupine, Cup Plant and Thimbleweed required moist stratification. See instructions below.
Cold, moist stratification required. Mix seeds with moist substrate (vermiculite, perlite or moss) and place in a plastic bag and refrigerate for 6-8 weeks. Sow seed at 1/8 inch depth. Do not let seedling dry out while it is establishing.
Sow directly outdoors in late fall to overwinter.