by Mike Lizotte

Burlington Country Club

GCSAAAs proud members of the Golf Course Superintendents Association (GCSAA) we’ve been supplying golf courses around the country with our proven wildflower seeds for years.  We’ve worked on thousands of projects, from adding color to tee box areas, to helping cut down on mowing expenses by installing wildflowers across the course. We have the solutions!

Mixed Wildflowers


Beautifying the course

We put together a custom blend that included a number of annual varieties such as Zinnias, Cosmos, Cornflower, Poppies, and more to give him quick color this season and also included a number of perennial varieties such as Black-eyed Susan, Purple Coneflower, and Daisies, for the second and successive seasons.  Wanting to get a jump on the planting season, Jason prepared and sowed the seed at the end of April. 


As you can see the results have been fantastic and the members have been very happy!

It's apparent from these photos that Wildflowers can make a nice addition to any course.  They not only add color, but can also help reduce costs.  If you’re interested in adding Wildflowers to your course, don’t hesitate to give us a call and we’d be more than happy to discuss how you can create beautiful color on your course, just like Jason and the Burlington Country Club.

Happy Gardening! - Mike “The Seed Man” Lizotte

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