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Wildflower Pollinator Planting Instructions

Insects and Pollinators – According to USDA – Natural Resources Conservation Service 
Three-fourths of the world’s flowering plants and about 35 percent of the world’s food crops depend on animal pollinators to reproduce. More than 3,500 species of native bees help increase crop yields. Some scientists estimate that one out of every three bites of food we eat exists because of animal pollinators like bees, butterflies and moths, birds and bats, and beetles and other insects. Click Here for More information seed packet front
Mix includes Bachelor Button/Cornflower, Baby’s Breath, Godetia/Farewell to Spring, Cosmos, Chinese Forget Me Not, Scarlet Flax, Four O’Clock, Red Poppy (Shirley), Red Poppy (Corn), Catchfly, Sulphur Cosmos, Indian Blanket, California Poppy, Baby Blue Eyes, Rose Mallow, Rocket Larkspur, Wild Annual Sunflower, Plains Coreopsis, Clarkia, Toadflax/Spurred Snapdragon
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Step #1
Prepare Soil
 Step #2
Sprinkle Seeds
 Step #3
Water In 
 Step #4
Enjoy Results
Maximize Results Obrenga los Mejores Resultados 
Rake area to remove thatch, dead grass and debris before applyingRastrille el área para quitar la paja, la hierba muerta y los escombros antes de aplicarmente Encap Pollinator Mix directamente al suelo 
Uniformly apply Pollinator Mix directly to soilAplique uniformemente  Pollinator Mix directamente al suelo 
Do not apply herbicides 3 – 4 weeks before or after applying  Pollinator MixNo aplique herbicidas 3 semanas antes o después de la aplicación 
Apply when there is no danger of frost and soil continuously maintains a temperature above 60 degrees FAplique cuando haya peligro de heladas y el suelo mantenga continuamente una emperatura superior a 60 grados F 
Requires at least 6 hours of full sunlightRequiere al menos 6 horas de pleno sol