How To Plant Your Garden.
Plant in sun during spring after frosts or early summer; during rainy season in warm climates. Remove all existing growth and till or turn soil thoroughly; then spread seed evenly, and compress into soil. Do not cover. Water until self-sufficient.
Common Butterflies to Look For.
There are scores of spectacular butterfly species in North America. The five shown are favorites, and occur over almost the entire continent.
A. Tiger Swallowtail
B. Dancing White
C. Painted Lady
D. Common Sulfur
Common Hummingbirds to Look For.
Of the many spectacular hummingbird species in North America, the four shown are favorites.
A. Blue-throated. southwest
B. Magnificent. west
C. Ruby-throated. eastern US & Canada
Net Wt: 1oz., 65% inert matter as a sowing aid, and over 10,000 flower seeds.
The following flowers are included at 5% or less of the mix:
Nasturtium, Dame's Rocket, Chinese Forget-me-Not, Morning Glory, Cosmos, Purple Coneflower, Crimson Clover, Wild Lupine, Red Poppy, Rose Mallow, Baby Snapdragon, Baby's Breath, (Gyp. elegans), Lemon Mint, Scarlet Sage, Black-Eyed Susan, None-so-Pretty.