Midwest Mix

Scientific Name Common Name Type
Agastache foeniculum Lavender Hyssop P
Aster novaea-angliae New England Aster P
Centaurea cyanus (dwarf) Dwarf Cornflower A
Chrysanthemum maximum Shasta Daisy P
Coeropsis lanceolata Lance-Leaved Coreopsis P
Coeropsis tinctora Plains Coreopsis A
Echinacea purpurea Purple Coneflower P
Gaillardia puchella Annual Gaillardia A
Heliopsis helianthoides Ox-Eye Sunflower P
Liatris pycnostachya Thickspike Gayfeather P
Linum grandiflorum rubrum Scarlet Flax A
Machaeranthera tanacetifolia Prairie Aster B
Oenothera missouriensis Dwarf Evening Primrose P
Papaver rhoeas Corn Poppy A
Petalostemon purpureum Purple Prairie Clover P
RatibIda columnifera Prairie Coneflower B/P
Ratibid pinnata Grey-Headed Coneflower P
Rudbeckia amplexicaulis Clasping Coneflower A
Rudbeckia hirta Black-Eyed Susan A/B/P



  • 2 oz covers 500 sq-ft.
  • 4 oz covers 1000 sq-ft.
  • 8 oz covers 1500 sq-ft.
  • 16 oz covers 2000 sq-ft.


  • Planting Rate/acre** 5-10 lbs
  • Planting rate 1/2 acre or less 4 oz./1000 sq. ft.
  • Seeds/lb. 593,000

*P = Perennial A = Annual B= Biennial TP= Tender perennial, grown as an annual in colder climates
** These rates are calculated for 120 seeds per square foot, and soil preparation and weed control are possible.

(A) annuals, bloom the first year, and reproduce by seed, individual plants die each year.
(P) perennials bloom the second year, individual plants live for years, and reproduce by seeds.