Villager Seeds

Do not forget to also add wildflower-type perennial bulbs (Scilla, Allium, Erythronium, Camas, Crocus, etc..) for instant gratification next spring and for naturalizing to provide color for years to come.

Mountain Native Wildflowers

Pure Wildflower Seed Mix

4-5 oz. / 1000 sq ft

“Mountain” wildflowers from The Sierras to the Himalayas. We say these are “of the native vernacular” – Natural looking – We’ve made and regularly tweaked this mix since 1985.

Mountain Native has more perennials than the Truckee Garden mix does.


530-587-0771   10678 Donner Pass Rd    Truckee, CA 96161

Villager Seed Packet Planting Instructions:

Prepare the soil for best results. At least, rake in some Gromulch or Topper. Prior to broadcasting, mix your seed with Topper and a little G&B or Biosol fertilizer for more even distribution, better soil contact and vigorous root growth. Mulch with a very light layer of pine needle straw to shade the seed, slow drying winds and break-up rain drops. Softball-sized rocks placed randomly over the mulch will concentrate and hold moisture and heat and will speed growth. Supplement natural rain & snow with irrigation as frequently as possible. Don’t let the seeds dry out.

Seed Mix Contents:

Common Name/Latin Name

Lady’s Lace/Ammi majus

Western Columbine/Aquilegia formosa

Indian Paintbrush/Castilleja sp.

Plains Coreopsis/Coreopsis tinctoria

Purple Coneflower/Echinacea purpurea

California Poppy/Eschscholzia californica

Mt. Phlox/Linanthus grandiflora

Blue Flax/Linum lewisii

Blue Lupine/Lupinus perennis

“Mountain”/Lupine Lupinus sp.

Five Spot/Nemophila maculata

Baby Blue Eyes/Nemophila menziesii

Evening Primrose/Oenothera missouriensis

Palmer’s Penstemon/Penstemon palmeri

Mt. Penstemon/Penstemon strictus

Prairie Coneflower/Ratibida columnaris ‘red’

Black-eyed Susan/Rudbeckia hirta

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