Feed wild and domestic bees with the Bee Garden Blend of Wildflower seeds. Honeybees have been in decline in recent years due to colony collapse disorder. Meanwhile, the habitat of wild bees like bumblebees, mason bees, and leaf cutter bees is dwindling. By planting these nectar rich wildflowers, we can provide forage for these overlooked insects. West Coast Seeds believes in the need for pollinator conservation, and we’ve chosen the species in this mix for their attractiveness to a wide range of bees.

Chinese Forget-Me-Not Cynoglossum amabile
Siberian Wallflower Cheiranthus allionii
California Poppy Eschscholzia californica
Purple Coneflower Echinacea purpurea
China Aster Callistephus chinensis
Corn Poppy Papaver rhoeas
Lance-Leaf Coreopsis Coreopsis lanceolata
Blue Flax Linum perenne
Baby Blue-Eyes Nemophila menziesii
Globe Gilia Gilia capitata
Indian Blanket Gaillardia pulchella
Tidy Tips Layia platyglossa
Plains Coreopsis Coreopsis tinctoria
Sweet Alyssum Lobularia maritima
Lavender Hyssop Agastache foeniculum
Fleabane Daisy Erigeron speciosus
New England Aster Symphyotrichum novae-angleae
Bergamot Monarda fistulosa

West Coast Seeds enjoys a geographically diverse customer base across North America. If you live in a sensitive bioregion, there may be campaigns at your local level against the planting of certain seeds. Please consider such campaigns as you select the right wildflower blend for your patio, garden, field, or farm. In Canada, you can visit the Invasive Species Centre website to find further resources on invasive plants in your region.