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.