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Burpee Wildflower 50,000 Bulk, 1 Bag | 18 Varieties of Non-GMO Flower Seeds Pollinator Garden, Perennial Mix Electronics

(60 customer reviews)


About this item Easy-Growing Wildflowers: This Early-Blooming, Carefree Wildflower Seeds Mix Includes 14 Of North America’s Most Beautiful Wildflower Varieties; This Gorgeous Blend Will Quickly Delight Pollinators And People Alike Pollinator-Friendly: Bees And Butterflies Will Flock To The Colorful Buffet Of Flowers; Good For Your Garden And For The Environment; The Bulk Seed Bag Contains Over A Dozen Wildflower Favorites In One: Cornflower, Zinnia Elegans, And More 50,000 Non-Gmo Seeds: Easy-To-Sow Perennial Flower Seeds Mix Covers Up To 1,000 Square Feet And Is Ideal For Most Soil Types; Select A Sunny Area To Scatter The Seed Outdoors For Planting After Danger Of Heavy Frost Burpee Seeds Grow: Burpee Offers The Highest Quality, Non-Gmo Seeds Hand-Picked By Expert Horticulturalists For Growing In The Home Garden; Burpee Has Been Loved By Gardens And Trusted By Gardeners For Over 140 Years Since 1876: Generations Of Customers Have Trusted Burpee To Deliver The Highest Quality Products And Service; Gardeners Rely On Burpee For Accurate Plant Information And How-To Tips That Make Gardening Easier And More Successful; Let’s Grow Together

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Moisture Needs

Moderate Watering

Best Sellers Rank

#595 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #3 in Flower Plants & Seeds

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4.2 4.2 out of 5 stars

5,699 ratings

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4.2 out of 5 stars

Item model number

Perennial Wildflower Seeds Mix

Country of Origin






Item Weight

8.1 ounces

Product Dimensions

8 x 10 x 2 inches

Number of Pieces


Soil Type

Loam Soil



USDA Hardiness Zone

4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

Product Care Instructions

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Expected Planting Period

Spring to Fall

Unit Count

1.0 Count

Sunlight Exposure

Full Sun

Expected Blooming Period

Spring to Fall

Special Feature

Organic Seeds, Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds


Perennial Mix

Material Feature

GMO Free

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


60 reviews for Burpee Wildflower 50,000 Bulk, 1 Bag | 18 Varieties of Non-GMO Flower Seeds Pollinator Garden, Perennial Mix Electronics

  1. Ben and Liz Brewer

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Mostly sunflowers

    I was hoping this would be a pretty equal mixture of flowers. We got mostly sunflowers.

  2. rose

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Easy Mix!

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     I got this product to replace what had previously been a giant bed of weeds. I pulled out all the weeds, dug up the rocky soil, and added in some good topsoil because I knew the only thing that would grow in there was wild onions and dandelions. After that it was so simple- these flowers CHUG the water, watered them every night until the soil was nice and moist and for the most part left them alone this is about 8 weeks later but there’s been blooms since around 5-6 weeks. The flowers are hardy and still grew well despite a lot of the weeds coming back and my cat digging up part of them. Will definitely buy again!

    6 people found this helpful

  3. buyer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    keep spoil wet.

    Hot July days in LA. & planted 1/3 of the bag of Burpee Wildflower Monarch Butterfly Sanctuary Mix. following the “plant no deeper than 1/4 inch” instructions. Used Miracle Grow potting soil for topsoil, into a 2 1/2 ft X 31/2 ft planter which drains well. Watered using a very fine spray at 1:30 PM 7/16/23, then at sundown did a second precautionary fine spray. Next day, 7/17/23 fine sprayed water 3Xs, never letting the soil dry out. On the morning of the 18th, sprouts were coming up at a very satisfying rate. Fantastic results with the Burpee seeds.

  4. mya

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    the flowers were BEAUTIFUL.

    i put these all around where i live now and they grew flowers up to 4 feet tall and they’re still growing in october lol. would and will buy again.

  5. bobbob

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Lots of flowers!

    I was skeptical because of the reviews, and ended up being very happy. I purchased one pollinator pack and one burple pack. There are a ton of flowers that haven’t yet bloomed, and yours the early ones. I killed the grass in a square, then, in small circles around the square, I let some of the grass survive, and the flowers are still competitive. One of the ways I kept the grasses down was adding scarlet clover to the bucket. The flowers grow taller than the clover, and the clover suppresses the weeds.

    3 people found this helpful

  6. Deb

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Perfect for hummingbirds

    Perfect for hummingbirds

  7. MollyMolly

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Takes a couple months, but my gardens are full of big colorful flowers!

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     I got the hummingbird & butterfly mix. There is a lot of the filler, but clearly there are a ton of seeds as well. I planted these pretty late in the season, it was already the end of June or July by the time I planted them. I didn’t really do much besides water them daily for the first month or so. There are a ton of the big yellow “African marigolds”, a few cosmos, and a moderate amount of zinnias, some orange looking daisy’s, as well as a few sunflowers. The red clover is there I believe, just not flowered yet. I didn’t see any bachelors button, but some perennials take a couple years to actually start flowering, at least that’s what I hear. As far as butterflies & hummingbirds go, I haven’t seen that many, probably since summers over. The bees love them though, there’s so many sometimes 3 in one flower! And they just sit there … sometimes all night long. It’s pretty strange. Anyway, I am definitely going to order more of these mixes and add some more color & cheer to my yard for years to come.

    25 people found this helpful

  8. Anthony C. Hurst

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Need to water but then off to the races!

    Great seed mix. I was worried that it looked like there was no seeds in the sawdust soil mix when I opened the bag, but I followed instructions and planted. I watered every day for a couple weeks then let some lovely rain keep things going. It has great variety and looks amazing. It was the best way to get a great variety of fun flowers to grow cheaply. Looks good along the wall. Thanks Burpee

  9. ShareeSharee

    5.0 out of 5 stars


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     These grew fairly quick & it is a beautiful mix! The last two pictures show them as sprouts (I started to see sprouts around 2 weeks after planting). The very last picture is about a 3-4 week planting difference. I mixed the “perennial” and “pollinator” bags together, as I had a wide area to plant in. I planted in the end of May and the pictures of all the blooming flowers are from mid-end July. These have brought an incredible amount of bees & butterflies (:

    4 people found this helpful

  10. Susanna

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    Truly enjoyed growing these from seed!!! and these seeds did not disappoint friends!!! Beautiful, planted in Spring, still blooming here in the Fall of the Great Pacific NW!!!

  11. Jaquan Bowsier

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Worth the buy

    thrilled with the results! This seed mix is a true gem for any nature lover or gardening enthusiast. The variety of wildflower seeds included in the pack ensures a vibrant and diverse display of colors and textures in my garden.

    One person found this helpful

  12. James H.

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    What’s wrong

    Not much of this has grown. Very little actually came up at all.

  13. kjmortgages

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Lots of filler

    Bought this to fill baby shower thank you gifts. I was disappointed to find thar a lot of the bad is just filler amd not seeds.

  14. Amazon CustomerAmazon Customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Every week it surprises with new color

    These are great. The pictures speaks for themselves. Just sprinkled them and this is the result. Will see how well they come back next year. Bees love them.

  15. Vincent Ogawa

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Seems like a waste of money for me.

    Nothing to say about this stuff. Goodluck is about all I need with wild flowers. Not in our world of weeds everywhere and a holes yelling about that’s how weeee like it!!!

  16. Mark Alsip

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    A little patience pays off

    We initially thought these were duds but after faithfully watering for about two weeks the ground we prepared exploded in germinated seeds of all types. Three weeks in and we’ve got countless small seedlings, ranging from 1/2 to one inch tall. Will update review as growth progresses.One negative is the seeds and filler are so light and tiny that sewing can be difficult. The SLIGHTEST breeze will have your seeds sailing far out of your prepared bed, despite your best efforts. On the plus side, the seed-to-filler ratio in this mix far exceeds any other bagged mix we have found. You can’t quite cover the promised 1200 sq ft,but you can come close.We reclaimed an abandoned construction site behind our home that was a haven and heaven for weeds, and these seeds take so long to germinate and start out so small that I feared any competition from weeds would have choked them out. I prepared the site carefully with liberal use of Roundup weeks before planting; watering, letting latent weed seeds sprout, then rounding up again. I waited about ten days after the last Roundup app located, thinly raked the souls, sewed, raked lightly to get soil/seed contact, and now have a very promising ~1400 sq ft of nearly pure wildflowers coming in.

    8 people found this helpful

  17. Pamella

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    No variety

    I only got 3 different types of flowers from this bag. Not what i was expecting.

  18. Kyle Apfel

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Too much dirt

    I just wanted to buy a bag of seeds and thought this was it. Didn’t realize in my haste that this was 60% dirt. Yuck. I know how to distribute my seeds! Anyways, too much hassle to return so 3 stars for not putting 2/3rds dirt on the front. I just want seeds.

    10 people found this helpful

  19. Daniel E GreeneDaniel E Greene

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Happy Customer!

    These have taken off! They bloomed quickly and the flowers are taller than us at this point! I will buy again next year!

  20. Maksmom28

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Easy to grow!

    I wanted to attract hummingbirds/butterflies to my yard so gave this a try. It was very easy to plant the seeds (I basically just dumped the whole package in my flower bed and covered with potting soil (I’m not much of a gardener). I did water them every day with a sprinkler for the first 3 weeks and thy began to sprout within that time. They’re pretty tall now and have flowers. I have lots of hummingbirds and am beginning to see more butterflies!

    17 people found this helpful

  21. Gibble FishGibble Fish

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great seeds

    As with most bulk seed packages you only get a fraction of a fraction that will grow but I’ve always had a full garden regardless. I seem to only have zinnias and cosmos grow this time, but you never know what you are going to get. It depends on your soil, climate, weather, etc. Regardless, I’d buy it again.

    One person found this helpful

  22. ferncanyonferncanyon

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Absolutely beautiful (and easy!)

    I’ve never used a seed mix but I got covid in May right in the middle of prime planting season and wasn’t able to get my garden planted until late May. I needed something that was fast growing and this wildflower mix fit the bill. I just followed the instructions on the package and it required little to no effort besides prepping the soil a bit. I’m astounded at how easy it was to get good results. Photos show the progression over the spring/summer (I planted sunflowers in back.I haven’t taken a photo recently (mid-August) but they still look gorgeous. When first planted, I watered them as suggested and they germinated within a week. It was a full on wildflower garden by June with occasional watering because we had a particularly hot summer. Now they’re on their own and thriving! The pollinators in my yard are very happy.

    16 people found this helpful

  23. pamela Shull

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    So many flowers!!

    This is a great beautiful blend, so easy to use. I look forward to trying other blend next year

  24. Alexis TAlexis T

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Flowers will bloom- no experience here

    I bought this wildflower Monarch butterfly sanctuary mix for 75% off about two months ago in a tractor supply store. I planted them in June, and last week the plants started blooming beautiful yellow, orange, and purple flowers. I don’t have experience gardening. Some plants are much taller than others and some are not enjoying the parts that are full sun, as it is too harsh, but I am hoping the pollinators are thankful. I sure can’t wait for it to fill out. 💐🦋 🐝 I ordered this second pack to finish the side of the house and to fill in some gaps if needed. I am located in South Georgia and tried a variety of soil and sand and shaded versus full sun areas. They like vegetable and flower soil best with sun for a couple hours a day, but the full sun has burnt the leaves of some plants. I do have some overhanging trees to protect the plants from the wind and leaves fall naturally into the garden too which is good as long as there are not many. I haven’t seen butterflies yet or bees, but I’ve only ever seen two swallowtail before in my yard and tons of dragon flies. Hopefully with time, they will come.Update: I now have caterpillars & bees visiting regularly. I also have a variety of new flowers blooming. 💓

    93 people found this helpful

  25. Charles HCharles H

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    NOT hail proof.

    After prepping the seed bed i planted the whole bag in a small area. Nothing came up for a few weeks, then bam! I had a forest growing. Not a lot of variety, but i was happy to have some ground cover in that spot and flowers for the bees. Just as the flowers were about to start popping 2 massive hail storms a few hours apart decimated my flower forest into ruin. Just as well, because when the roofing and siding company is done repairing hail damage to the garage there would be nothing left anyway. Hoping some will regrow. It really did look nice.

    9 people found this helpful


    4.0 out of 5 stars

    its ok , not the best

    its ok , not the best

    One person found this helpful

  27. TJMTJM

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Beautiful flowers

    The flowers are beautiful. I planted in April and they have been blooming all summer and still going.

  28. linderunitlinderunit

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Way exceeded my expectations!

    I planted one area on July 8th, pretty late in the season for sewing seeds. They began showing signs of life in just a week. These photos were taken today, August 16th. Looking forward to seeing if/how they return next Spring.

    One person found this helpful

  29. Lori AdamsLori Adams

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    I am beyond happy with this bag of wild flower seeds! They produce the biggest most lush wild flowers! These are just a few of the pics. I’m definitely buying this again!

  30. Melissa K.Melissa K.

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    I know that people get paid to write reviews. I did not get paid for this. I want to show you the proof I planted these yesterday. Just use topsoil this little container just to see how it would do. I did not use the whole bag. I water them a few times to get the soil moist and they’re already sprouting. I am shook.

    8 people found this helpful

  31. Tim

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    I read the negative reviews, but I wonder if the people read the directions. I’ve been planting wild flowers for decades, my wife loves them and even makes arrangements for our neighbors. I’ve even planted them on ground that wasn’t even touched, which is the way to do it. When you till like the directions say, you stir up weed seeds, which makes for a lot of weeds in the garden. I just aerate with a drum with Spock’s, until the holes are everywhere. Then add a small amount of seeds in pelletized lime and sow them, usually in December or January. The go over them with my riding lawn mower to press them into the soil. Walking on them over and over until the ground is packed works too. But I usually plant 1/4 acres for my bees. Right now I have almost a 1/2 acre planted. I’ve never had any trouble, but I do buy from multiple sellers. Each has their own different seeds and in different amounts. Maybe this will help.

    4 people found this helpful

  32. cholley

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Nice stuff

    We used it for a wedding thank you’s

  33. MaleasPotteryMaleasPottery

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Still blooming in mid October!

    These seeds have been wonderful all summer long. I meant to take a picture late July as it was full of cosmos up high, small sunflowers and bachelor’s buttons down low. I purchased 2 mixes, both perennial, planted here in Western Massachusetts in early summer and they have consistently bloomed all summer. Right now it is mid October and I have 5 foot tall marigolds in assorted colors that are still going strong.I did toss half a bag out without burying the seed, just into a meadow area, but they didn’t take. The ones I turned the soil in and watered more regularly did phenomenal. I used a garden claw to aerate the soil, tossed the seed mix on top and tossed it lightly again to bury the bulk of the seeds.Will be buying more next summer!

    One person found this helpful

  34. Ra the crazy plant lady

    3.0 out of 5 stars


    Maybe I got a bad batch I’ve used a brand before and always got lots of flowers. But this one didn’t seem to sprout maybe it was just old.

  35. ob_mark

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Fun – would do it again and do it different

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     We did get some very nice 3ft high Blue Cornflower which have been blooming for months now – and a fair number of red clover. I know there are some others things that came up but we get stuff blown in from the neighbors and it’s hard to tell what came out of the bag and what came in on the wind.Fun – will do it again, this time we’ll clear a strip of land instead of poking seed into hole scattered here and there.

    2 people found this helpful

  36. Cassaundra Goings

    4.0 out of 5 stars


    Scattered in my field over the summer and had pretty flowers before it started getting cold. Hoping they come back

    One person found this helpful

  37. Justice PachecoJustice Pacheco

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Very pretty!

    It looks like a bunch of weeds at first, then pretty flowers for about a month. These got too tall and all fell over and now everything is dead or looking like weeds again. Going to kill them and replace them with something more long term. They DID bring butterflies, hummingbirds, and bees

    2 people found this helpful

  38. Colleen

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Bloomed beautifully!

    I was very happy with how many flowers bloomed and all the varieties in the mix. I truly did not put too much effort into sowing the mix, but yet I had a great wildflower season. I’m hoping some went to seed and will produce another batch next year. I’d definitely recommend this mix and will buy again. Keep in mind that some of the flowers will be pretty tall and may need a little support or planning on a good location for planting.

  39. Susan G. MorrowSusan G. Morrow

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Beautiful Blooms

    I planted the seeds in late April in Connecticut. It took a while for them to get to a decent size but eventually they really took off and the blooms are just gorgeous. We planted the perennial seeds and we’ll see what happens next year if they come back. The photos were taken on October 19th just to give you a reference of how long they take to get to this state.

  40. W. LEE

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    The seed mixure is nice and has a good variety.

    They took a while but came up. The mix has a good variety. I just sprinkled in pots and they grew after about a month

  41. Edwin Wyatt

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Second time purchasing.

    Very surprised and satisfied! You must follow all directions and be patient. I sowed these in early summer last year (a little late). They were in full bloom in late August! Filler is needed to weight seeds down, else windblown. Also burlap cover keeps birds away until germinated.

    20 people found this helpful

  42. ZombieMommy84ZombieMommy84

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    We had a big patch of much in front of the house and I didn’t know what to do with it that’s not expensive or a pain to maintain. I thought some wildflowers would be an easy and nice option. I live in north east Pennsylvania and they grew pretty fast and and doing good so far. It’d probably be better if i actually knew what I’m doing

    One person found this helpful

  43. zayd

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Sprouted after a week

    They sprouted a week after planting them. Not all 50,000 sprouted.

    One person found this helpful

  44. Jason McElveenJason McElveen

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Amazing flowers lasting many many month

    We have a full yard of wildflowers for several months blooming everyday love this seed bag

  45. Ashley

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Flowers forever!

    I have been searching high and low for a wild flower mix that would come back year after year. I just planted these seeds this year, so I wont see them grow and bloom until next year, but that is the name of the game. I was able to cover a solid 100 feet of my ditch. I want a thick patch of flowers growing. Very happy.

  46. LeahLeah

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Quick, easy, beautiful garden for the lazy gardener

    When I tell you I barely did any work for these flowers to grow I mean! I bought some garden soil design for flowers from Home Depot and made a small bed, sprinkled these seeds all over top them with a little bit more soil and watered them each day for about a week and then every couple days after that. It took about two months to start seeing blooms. This photo was taken three months after I planted the seeds.These grow pretty tall so you will have to put some thing in front of it to keep them from falling forward into the lawn. I just put a star on either side of my garden and hide a string from one into the other and made two levels of the string and it seems to work OK for now. Some of the flowers have very thick stems so I had to support them independently with a flower stake

    18 people found this helpful

  47. Brad81Brad81

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Outstanding blend for attracting all kinds of pollinators.

    The pics speak for themselves. Fantastic blend that attracts various butterflies, birds, bees, and other essential pollinators. Wouldn’t hesitate to purchase again (and I will!). Just be patient, these take about 90 days to reach full maturity. But the results are well worth it.

  48. AndreaAndrea

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very pretty!

    Love these wild flowers. I gave my twins a little bowl each of seeds and let them go to town with them. This is the results. Next year I think we will definitely use less seeds. I didn’t think we overall put that many in but as you can see we apparently did. There are multiple kinds of flowers, but the cornflowers by far overpowered them all. I’m hoping planting less will help with that next year.

    2 people found this helpful

  49. M. Feddeler

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Lots of seeds, great mix.

    I’m still waiting for the flowers but these seeds grow like crazy. Use a little less than you think you need. It’ll blow your mind how many flower plants sprout and grow. Great value. They haven’t gotten to flower stage yet but they’re tall and green.

  50. sillygirrl

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Inconsistently mixed

    I used this mix to fill in my flower beds. While it did a lovely job and was easy to use. I liked the substrate it came mixed with. It was easy to see where I planted already and kept the seeds heavy so they didn’t wash or blow away. Buuuut the ratio mix on these flowers is so very wacky. If you love the calendula flower this mix is for you as almost 90% is what it grew. The daisies, cone flowers and Black-eyed Susans are types that take two years to produce any actual flowers so I’m not sure why they are even there. The poppies need lots of space to grow so you probably won’t even see any of those. I have a few cosmos but not nearly enough and that’s the same with the rest as well. I knew it was gonna be a little off but I really wanted a little more of a variety. You’d probably do better just mixing the seed packets you want with peat moss and doing it yourself lol.

    One person found this helpful

  51. Tim BTim B

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    12 days after planting and lots of flowers now growing.

    -Update- It’s now July 21st and a few kinds of flowers have been blooming. The patch I planted along with sunflowers didn’t work out so well and ended up pulling most of them except the ones right in front, my fault for planting too many sunflowers too close together. I just extended that area at the end and put some more seeds down and they are already sprouting. But the ones I planted to hide the gas meters are coming along great, those things really took off and some are over 3′ tall. I actually had to thin alot out since I put down too much seed, there were so many flowers they were falling over themselves. I pulled all the vine type ones that have white flowers and just kept them in the front so they spill over onto the lawn. The colors are amazing, whites, blues, red, yellow, and these bright pinks. And most haven’t even bloomed yet. This area only gets about 4hrs direct sun a day due to being so close to the house. If I doesn’t rain in a few days I’ll just get out my 2 gallon watering can and give them a good drink. I’ll feed them with the Miracle Grow plant food once a week.-Update- It’s now June 23rd about one month since putting the seeds down and they are growing like crazy filling in everything. I think I made a mistake planting these with my sunflowers, the sunflowers are getting so huge that there leaves block out most of the sun underneath them so the flowers aren’t getting much sun. I also planted the sunflowers too close to eachother. I went to water them with a watering can and alot of the flowers flopped over, they were tall and lanky. I went in and pulled most of the taller flowers out and just left the short ones. I pulled handfuls and still have alot left. I also made the mistake of throwing grass seed down before I had the brilliant idea to plant flowers instead, I had tried to rake out the grass seed prior to putting the flower seeds down but from the photos I see I didn’t do such a good job and there’s alot of grass growing too. As you can see I have no idea what I’m doing. But I can say these flower seeds are good to go, I can see alot of different types of flowers growing though have no idea what they are. I’m even seeing the 1st flowers already showing, little white flowers. Next time I’ll plant these flowers by themselves so they receive full sun instead of them being in shade like they are now. I’m still happy since it seems some of these flowers don’t mind shade and are flowering already.I got these wildflowers to plant with sunflowers in my back yard. The area was never really taken care of and full of weeds so I pulled all the weeds out then turned over the dirt with a shovel. It was mostly dry sandy dirt so I added a few bags of Miracle Grow garden soil and mixed it up good. I had some sunflowers already growing in cups so I transplanted those first then sprinkled this wildflower seed mix over the dirt and pressed it in with the back of a garden rake so the seeds hopefully wouldn’t easily wash away.I watered the area daily, sometimes twice a day to keep the soil moist but not soaked. It’s now 12 days since planting and there’s alot of flowers sprouting and growing. I think I spread too much, I used the entire bag and the area is only about 3’x15′. There’s alot of sprouts growing clumped together so hopefully they will thin themselves out or I’ll have to go in and thin them out by hand.I’m very happy so far that they are growing which means the seeds are good. If something happens to them then it’s probably my fault, either screwing up with watering or fertilizing. I shouldn’t of spread the entire bag down in such a small area since my sunflowers are growing huge already, it’s already getting crowded in there.I’ll try to remember to update as the flowers grow.

    11 people found this helpful

  52. bruceda3rd

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Grows quick and easy.

    Well… I gave a 5 star review because I didn’t see the need in doing otherwise. However, it was supposed to be a wildflower mix and all that grew was basil. Lots of it! At least my Italian food will taste good.

    5 people found this helpful

  53. Melissa Ferguson

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    A Blooming Paradise

    I recently decided to bring some natural beauty to my garden, so I purchased this pack of wildflower seeds, and I must say, I am absolutely delighted with the results!The germination process was surprisingly quick and straightforward. With just a little bit of care, the seeds sprouted into healthy seedlings, and I could already see the promise of a blossoming garden. The instructions provided were clear and easy to follow, making the entire planting experience a breeze.As the weeks passed, my garden turned into a mesmerizing display of colors. The wildflowers were a symphony of hues, from bold reds and oranges to delicate pinks and purples. Each day brought new surprises as different flowers bloomed, creating a dynamic and ever-changing landscape.One of the things that stood out to me was the hardiness of these wildflowers. They withstood various weather conditions, including hot sun and occasional heavy rain, without losing their charm. The flowers seemed to adapt and thrive, making maintenance a joy rather than a chore.Moreover, I noticed a significant increase in pollinator activity in my garden. Bees and butterflies flocked to the wildflowers, bringing an added sense of life and vitality to the space. I felt like I was contributing positively to the environment by providing a welcoming habitat for these crucial pollinators.The best part of the wildflower seeds is that they keep on giving. They will continuous cycle of blooms year after year. It’s like having a gift that keeps on giving back to nature and your garden.

    5 people found this helpful

  54. Anne Swan

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    The bag is full of seeds

    There’s not much I can say about this purchase. It seems a good idea. The bag was full of a variety of seeds. It fulfilled its promise. I failed to follow the instructions in planting. I was in a hurry and didn’t plant the seeds deep enough. And I didn’t water them as I should have. So, not any of the seeds came up. But, as far as I can tell, it is my fault and not the fault of the seeds. I can’t say anything negative about the seeds since I’m sure it’s my fault they failed. If you purchase them and follow instructions, you will have better luck.

    2 people found this helpful

  55. HeidiHeidi

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Beautiful variety of flowers

    The Burpee Wildflower Seed Mix for Hummingbirds and Butterflies grew into beautiful wildflower gardens that attracted various butterflies (you can see one on a flower in the photo) and hummingbirds. Flowers of every color and size were a stunning bouquet for sight and smell. I planted these seeds in three locations: full sun all day, afternoon sun, and morning sun only; the full and afternoon sun did well, with the full all-day sun doing the best. The morning sun only grew and looked nice, but not nearly to the degree of the sunnier locations. I made sure to water them faithfully until they were well-established; after that, I relied on the rain unless we had an extremely dry period. These are easy to care for and grow, making any gardener look like a pro.

    2 people found this helpful

  56. Jeff

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Some came up, but not as stunning as I had hoped

    I had envisioned a real splash of color; what I got wasn’t terrible, but wasn’t quite as much wow as I had hoped for. This was subtle, and pretty, but with miracle grow potting soil didn’t come up as much as weeds in the lawn nearby. From the volume of seed when planting, I had hoped to get a lot more color.

  57. SimplyJade527SimplyJade527

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Perfect for chaos gardening!

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     Background: i live in a 6a-6b planting zone and ordered the hummingbird and butterfly wildflower mix. I planted them on May 24th and in less than 30 days, you can see in my first picture just how much the seeds have grown. The second photo I posted is only 17 days later. And we’re starting to see some budding!Prep: I broke up the existing soil using a shovel and garden bow rake and got rid of any weeds and other miscellaneous debris, layed down cardboard (which acts as my weed barrier) and soaked the flower bed and cardboard with my hose. The cardboard will decompose over several months at which point, there will be a nice layer of compost. Next, I combined fresh, in-ground purpose flower soil with potting soil mix, spread it out ontop of the wet cardboard, took my seeds and generously distributed them throughout the flower bed.Quality: These seeds specifically, germinate VERY quickly and within a week of planting them, seedlings started popping up all over the flowerbed. My flowerbed does not get full sun; it gets sun in the morning and is completely in the shade by early afternoon (12pish). I have Watered the seeds/flowerbed regularly and consistently. We’ve also had SOOO much heavy rain this last month but ooooh boy did all that rain really boost the growth of these seedsConclusion as of 7.8.2023: I absolutely LOVE the concept of chaos gardening – it’s easy, is not time consuming, is inexpensive, perfect beginners DIY project – incredibly low maintenance, and I love the element of surprise when it comes to waiting to see what kind of flowers or colors will come of it. I HIGHLY recommend this product and will absolutely be purchasing more in the future.I’ll update my review in another month and include photos!Suggestions: read the directions carefully and water CONSISTENTLY. Every day. Unless you’ve just had significant rainfall. That’s pretty much it. Again, this project is very low maintenance from start to finish.

    7 people found this helpful

  58. A

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Seems to work well.

    Seems to work well with my plants in both summer and winter here in Florida.

  59. Aristotle Kepler

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    easy peasy

    cardboard sheet garden, with an inch of homegrown peat moss overtop. I tossed the seeds at random over a 400 sq foot area, watered everyday for a month, and got hundreds of flowers, bees and hummingbirds all summer.

  60. Caleb

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great for the butterflies

    Plant these and you will have butterflies. This made my front yard a butterfly garden

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