Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Wildflower Wednesday - Seeds, May 27, 2015

The Booneville, MS Public Library was giving away free seed packets.  Free seeds! - They didn't have to ask me twice.  This mixture contains seeds for sunflowers, lupines, zinnias, coneflowers, California poppies, butterfly weed, black-eyed Susan, bergamot, blue tansy, white sweet alyssum, blue flax, scarlet flax, Indian blanket flower, baby's breath, marigold, asters, cosmos, coreopsis, and larkspur. Enough seeds to create a small wildflower garden!

The back of the seed packet explains how important it is to provide habitat for birds, bees, and butterflies: "Every third bite of food we eat is due to pollinators."

Happy Wildflower Wednesday!

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  1. I would be happy to get those seeds too. Happy Wednesday Lea!

  2. We will all be looking for your to post pictures of your Wild Flower Garden, Lea.

  3. Wildflower Wednesday. That's a good one.

  4. What a wonderful thing for the library to do. Pollinators need all the help they can get and it's good to see libraries lending a hand.

  5. Growing lots of flowers for the pollinators is important, I hope the seeds grow well for you. I'll be looking forward to your report.

  6. What a great idea - can't see a downside to this.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

  7. That's an awesome mix. Wouldn't have to ask me twice, either! ☺


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