Seed Rate: 12 lbs/acre rate for broadcast planting 10 lbs/acre rate for drill planting
Ground Prep: A good, fine seed bed is desirable since most of the seeds are very small like. Ideally the soil should be disked, cultipacked with a ring roller, planted and rolled a second time.
Planting Methods: Use a grain drill, no till drill, broadcaster, or even a hand-held broadcaster on small areas to evenly distribute the seed. Plant: After Sept. 10th through Nov. 10th, while soil is still warm (above 55⁰) is an appropriate time to plant wildflowers California. Plant no more than 1/8” deep.
Management: If reseeding is desired leaving plants intact until June or July may be necessary. This date will vary depending on planting date and local climate.
PAm Honey Bee Wildflower Seed Mix is designed to provide honey bee forage in California, and may not be appropriate for planting in other regions.