Wildflower Mixes
McGough's, Inc.
Perennial
Wildflower Mix
Typically forms
basal crown the
first season, while
plants develop
Many varieties are
tap-rooted,
showing good
drought tolerance
once established.  
Will spread &
reseed, often
forming large
colonies

Seeding rate 8-14 lbs /
acre;
5oz / 1000 sq. ft.
Annual
Wildflower
Mix
A mix of 100%
annuals
for spectacular
bloom in the
same season

Seeding rate 11lbs /
 acre;  1/4 lbs / 1000
sq. ft.
Shady
Wildflower
Mix
(featured above)
A Blend of
Annual, Biennial
& Perennial
seeds selected
for their partial
shade
conditions  
* will not prosper in
dense shade

Seeding rate 8-14
lbs / acre;  5oz / 1000
sq ft
Midwestern
Wildflower
Mix
Contains enough
annual wildflower
seed to put on a
colorful show the
first season while
perennials
become
established

Seeding rate 5-10 lbs
per acre; 1/4 lbs /
1000 sq. ft.
Sweet William in bloom
Jessica
Crown Vetch
A perennial herbaceous
legume native to Europe,
crown vetch is
deep-rooted, winter-hardy,
and tolerant of drought and
light shade.  Due to its
spreading nature, crown
vetch is an attractive
option for stabilizing soil
and controlling erosion on
hillsides and steep banks.

Seeding rate:  
1 lb/1,000 square feet
(20 lbs per acre)

Use a companion crop of
perennial rye
1 lb/1,000 square feet
(40 lbs per acre)