Pollinator mix for the Canadian Mixed Grass Prairies.

New for 2019 is a pollinator mix for the Canadian mixed grass prairie. Developed through a collaboration with the Xerces Society, the mix contains a wealth of native forbs that will provide bloom all across the seasons.

The mix consists of approximately 40 varieties of local native wildflowers, either grown locally or hand-collected locally, that attract and support pollinators. It will provide bloom from early spring to late fall, from prairie crocus to many-flowered aster. It includes 5 species of local native bunch grass for a variety of habitat for bumble bees and other beneficial insects. This mix is appropriate for habitat restoration throughout the mixed grass prairies of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, as well as northern North Dakota and Montana.

List A

List B

List C

List D

Summary

  • List A - 40% of mix
  • List B - 40% of mix
  • List C 17% of mix
  • List D 3% of mix.

Total: $180.00/pound

All species comprising more than 1% of the mix will be germination tested and purity tested.