Gardeners have known for years that nature is filled with good bugs, crawling and flying insects that thrive on many of the pests that ravage the summer garden. Now there's a natural choice to using insecticides to control pests. This new "speciality" mix will attract Lacewings, Ladybugs, Syrphid Flies (often called the second most important pollinator group after bees), Parasitic Mini-Wasps, Tachinid Flies, Minute Pirate Bug, Soldier and Ground Beetles. A blend of self-seeding annuals and hardy long lasting perennials. If you have a spare sunny spot in the garden, go ahead and give this blend a go.
Alfalfa, Perennial Alyssum, White Alyssum, Alpine Aster, Lemon Balm, Wild Bergamot, Black Eyed Susan, Buckwheat, Butterfly Weed, Caraway, Coriander, Cosmos Sensation White, Evening Primrose, Gloriosa Daisy, Canada Goldenrod, Dill, Florence Fennel, Limnanthes, Statice, Prairie Sunflower, Rocky Mountain Penstemon, Yarrow, Zinnia Lilliput.
Sow at 125 g per 90 sq. m. (1/4 lb per 1000 sq. ft.)