Plant 1 lb per 3,000 sq ft Or 5-10 lbs per acre. Can be planted anytime, but most plants will make most of their growth in the spring and produce flowers from spring through summer. Planting in the fall/winter is good, as some plants benefit from cool season planting and may start growth early but will wait to flower until spring/summer. In gardens, cover seed with no more than 1/8 inch of soil. In pastures and fields, lightly scratch the soil, distribute seed, then lightly drag to cover. As with planting any other seed, the seed has to make contact with the soil to germinate. Throwing the seed out on top of existing grass in a field is not recommended as it is more difficult for seed to make its way down to the soil and then usually the ground is hard and compact. By lightly breaking the crust on the soil first, you are helping give that seed fresh exposed soil to make contact with and settle into so that it can germinate when conditions are right.
Contains Tall Blue Cornflower, Plains Coreopsis, Annual Baby's Breath, Indian Blanket, Orange California Poppy, Lemon Mint, Bright Lights Sulphur Cosmos, Purple Coneflower, Lance Leaved Coreopsis, Baby Bue-eyes, Sweet William Pinks, Black-eyed Susan, Texas Bluebonnets, Rocket Larkspur, Clasping Coneflower, Annual Red Phlox, Showy Evening Primrose, Mixed Corn Poppy, Purple Moss Verbena, Mexican Hat.