Southeast Mix

Scientific Name Common Name Type
Aster Novae-angliae New England Aster P
Coreopsis lanceolata Lance-Leaved Coereopsis P
Coreopsis leavenwothii Leavenworth's Tickseed P
Coreopsis tinctora Plains Coreopsis A
Cosmos sulphureus Sulphur Cosmos A
Echinacea purpurea Purple Coneflower P
Gaillardia puchella Annual Gaillardia A
Gaura lindheimeri Gaura P
Gysophila elegans Annual Baby's Breath A
Ipomopsis rubra Gilia B
Lavatera trimestris Tree Mallow A
Liatris spicata Gayfeather P
Linum grandiflorum rubrum Scarlet Flax A
Lupinus perennis Perennial Lupine P
Mirabilis jalapa Four-O-Clock TP
Monarda citriodora Lemon Mint A
Papaver rhoeas Corn Poppy A
Phlox drummondii Annual Phlox A
Rudbeckia amplexicaulis Clasping Coneflower A
Salvia coccinea Scarlet Sage A/P
Verbena tensuisecta Moss Verbena P
Rudbeckia hirta Black-Eyed Susan A/B/P



  • 2 oz covers 400 sq-ft.
  • 4 oz covers 800 sq-ft.
  • 8 oz covers 1600 sq-ft.
  • 16 oz covers 3200 sq-ft.


  • Planting Rate/acre** 7-14 lbs
  • Planting rate 1/2 acre or less 5oz./1000 sq. ft.
  • Seeds/lb. 350,000

*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.