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TWO LOCATIONS
EST. 1983

Park City Nursery
4497 N Highway 224
(Corner Bear Hollow & 224)

Park City Nursery
Tree Ranch
2060 Rasmussen Drive
(Frontage Road)

Landscape Design

HOW TO PLANT YOUR PREMIUM WILDFLOWER SEED

  1. Eliminate existing weeds and vegetation from planting site.
  2. Amend the soil with compost or soil pep to increase germination success.
  3. Using a rake, loosen soil to create small furrows for the seed to lie in after it is broadcasted.
  4. Broadcast seed by hand or spreader. Use coverage estimates recommended on the tag.
  5. Water gently and thoroughly 2-3 times daily until it germinates. This will occur in 2-8 weeks depending on the temperature and when the seed is sown.
  6. Continue to water daily. Be sure to check moisture of soil at least daily; be careful to not over water or under water. After seedlings become increasingly established, watering schedule can be reduced to every other day and eventually even less.

ASK US ABOUT CREATING A CUSTOM BLEND ESPECIALLY FOR YOU! MANY MORE SEED VARIETIES ARE AVAILABLE, POSSIBILITIES ARE ENDLESS!

 

PERENNIAL WILDFLOWERS ANNUAL WILDFLOWERS
A perennial plant or simply perennial (Latin per, "through", annus, "year") is a plant that lives for more than two years. An annual plant is a plant that usually germinates, flowers, and dies in a year or season.
Arrowleaf Balsamroot Baby Blue Eyes
Pacific Aster BBachelor Blues
Black-eyed Susan ChinChinese Housesese
Blanket Flower Plains Coreopsis
Blue Flax Cosmos
Colorado Columbine Drummond Phlox
Aspen Daisy Farewell-to-Spring
Shasta Daisy Scarlet Flax
Purple Coneflower GlobegiliaGl
Prairie Coneflower Rocket LarkspurRock
Lanceleaf Coreopsis California PoppyCalif
Dame's Rocket Flanders PoppyFlan
Fireflower Shirley Poppy
Wild Geranium Rocky Mountain Bee Balm
Desert Globemallow Flanders PoppyBa
Golden Banner Shirley PoppyS
Iceland Poppy Rocky Mountain Bee BalmTi
Rocky Mountain Iris Baby Snapdragoner
Maiden Pinks Sunflower
Red Mexican Hat Tidy Tips
Mountain Lupine Wallflower
Large Flowered Penstemon  
Rocky Mountain Penstemon
Wasatch Penstemon
White Evening Primrose
Showy Goldeneye
Northern Sweetvetch
White Yarrow