Aquilegia vulgaris, Centaurea cyanus, Cheiranthus allionii, Chrysanthemum Maximum, Clarkia amoena Semi-Dwarf Single Mix, Clarkia unguiculata, Collinsia heterophylla, Coreopsis lanceolota, Eschscholzia californica, Gilia capitata, Gilia tricolor, Layia platyglossa, Linum grandiflorum rubrum, Linum perenne, Lupinus densiflorus, Lupinus polyphyllus Russell Strain Mix, Lupinus succulentus, Nemophila menziesii, Papaver rhoeas, Phacelia campanularia, Rudbeckia hirta.
Bloom Season: Spring/Summer Height: 9-48 Quantities of Specie Type Annual: 14 Perennial: 7 Biennial: 0 Native: 15 Imported: 6 Seeding Rate: 1/4-.5 Lb/1000 sq ft or 10 Lbs/acre
Beautiful collection of flowers! Would repeat over and over. Favorites include Scarlet Flax, Tidy Tips, Chinese Houses, Godetia (aka Farewell to Spring), Cornflowers - Bachelor Buttons - in many colors, Black-Eyes Susans and lupines. As the Tidy Tips (like yellow daisys) were fading out - the Black-Eyes Susans were beginning to open. Nice how it kept the yellow in the garden. I added my own perennials: i.e. lavender, gaura, agastachea, penstemen, crocosmia, veronica, as well as ornamental grasses: little bluestem, calamagosis, carex sedge, etc. etc. Overall a good first time effort which I would repeat!Review by Jan (on 9/6/11)