The Biodiversity Blend provides the widest, most diverse combination of flower types in any of our wildflower blends. There are flowers to tempt every sort of pollinator, but particularly butterflies, wild bees, and hummingbirds. Several species are included that produce edible seeds, so they will continue to nourish songbirds and other critters long after their colour has faded. This mix of perennials and self-sowing annuals is intended to demonstrate one of the foundations of organic growing — that biodiversity begets biodiversity. In diverse systems, plants grow healthier and wildlife is enriched.

Bee Balm Monarda sp.
Black eyed Susan Rudbeckia hirta
Borage Borage officinalis
Calendula Calendula officinalis
Candytuft Iberis amara
Cape Daisy Venidium fastuosum
Charmer Mix Linum grandiflorum
Coneflower Echinacea purpurea
Corn Poppy Papaver rhoeas
Cornflower Centaurea cyanus
Cosmos Cosmos bipinnatus
Douglas Meadfoam Limnanthes douglasii
European Umbrella Milkwort Tolpis barbata
Golden Crown Cladanthus arabicus
Goldenmane Tickseed Coreopsis basalis
Indian Blanket Gaillardia pulchella
Love-in-a-mist Nigella damascena
Marvel of Peru Mirabilis jalapa
Mexican giant hyssop Agastache mexicana
Moss Verbena Verbena tenuisecta
Musk Mallow Malva moschata
Purple Amaranth Amaranthus cruentus
Purple Tansy Phacelia tanacetifolia
Rocket Larkspur Delphinium ajacis
Rose Mallow Lavatera trimestris
Safflower Carthamus tinctorius
Scarlet Sage Salvia coccinea
Sweet Scabiosa Scabiosa atropurpurea
Sweet Sultan Centaurea moschata
Tidy Tips Layia platyglossa
Yarrow Achillea millefolium
Zinnia Zinnia elegans

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.