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Bee Feed Mix

                             

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific NameCommon NameType*
Agastache foeniculumLavender HyssopP
Aribis alpinaRockcressP
Aster novae-angiaeNew England AsterP
Cleome serrlataRocky Mountain BeeplantA
Coreopsis lanceolataLance-Leaved CoreopsisP
Coreopsis tintoriaPlains CoreopsisA
Cosmos bipinnatusDwarf CosmosA
Cynoglossum amabileChinese Forget-Me-NotA/B
Echinacea purpureaPurple ConeflowerP
Erigeron speciosusFleabane DaisyP
Eschscholzia californicaCalifornia PoppyTP
Gallardia pulchellaAnnual GaillardiaA
Gillia captitataGlobe GilliaA
Layia platyglossaTidy TipsA
Lobularia maritimaSweet AlyssumTP
Monarda fistulosaBergamotP
Myosotis sylvaticaForget-Me-NotA/B
Nemophila MenziesiiBaby-Blue-EyesA
Papaver rhoeasCorn PoppyA
Tradescantia ohiensisOhio SpiderwortP

 

This mixture is a blend of annual and perennial flowers that proved nectar and pollen to native bees, honey bees, and other pollinators.  It provides bee forage all season long, from spring through fall.

Planting Rate/acre**   6-12 lbs

Planting rate 1/2 acre or less 5 oz./1000 sq. ft.

Seeds/lb.                      521,000    

*P = Perennial A = Annual B= Biennial TP= Tender perennial, grown as an annual in colder climates

** This rate is calculated for 60 to 70 seeds per square foot, use a higher rate when soil preparation or weed control are not possible.

 Pricing

Description Price
8 OZ.Add to Cart19.00
4 OZ.Add to Cart9.50
2 OZ.Add to Cart5.00
1-24 lbs.Add to Cart36.00

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

               

 

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Last modified: 02/12/13